Noreaster207

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    Falmouth, Me (transplanted from the north- Still not used to city folk living)

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  1. That’s what I was finding too. They wouldn’t touch anything with steel on it. Used 50 lb flouro and managed a handful that way with Mack’s. (still had some bite offs). I discovered that they would annihilate the green mackerel pattern SP minnow. Once I switched over to that I didn’t have anymore issues with bite offs.
  2. Casco bay! So I suspect also above and below. I know people down in the saco area-south have been finding some.
  3. They were mixed in with the striper all around the rocks. I was in a kayak but they definitely could be targeted from shore.
  4. It’s been 24 years since I last caught a Maine bluefish. This morning was a nice surprise with multiple mid to high 30” blues. I know many people that have been catching them the past few years up here, but I’m not one of them. I sure hope they stick around for a little while! IMG_0780.MOV
  5. It’s been 24 years since I last caught a Maine bluefish. This morning was a nice surprise with multiple mid to high 30” blues. I know many people that have been catching them the past few years up here, but I’m not one of them. I sure hope they stick around for a little while!
  6. Had a some cut a few sluggos in half off of a “very” photographed lighthouse near Portland. Unfortunately I couldn’t hook into them. They didn’t hang around long.
  7. That’s good to hear! I’ve been out a couple times in casco bay but haven’t lucked into any yet. What water depth were you finding them in if you don’t mind me asking?
  8. All too familiar with that saying!
  9. Yep, that’s the plan anyway
  10. Planning on taking a trip down from Maine and was wondering if there was any free, overnight public parking areas? Preferably in the Newport area, but open to any option! Thanks in advance!
  11. I know back in the 60’s they were fairly common in the mid-coast because of the chicken plant in Belfast. All the unused parts were sent off into the bay. Or at least so I’m told. My grandfather harpooned 3 whites in the 60’s out in Penobscot bay. Of course that was before regulations and an understanding of the creature. Last one I saw was in 1998 outside the monument in rockport when I was hauling with my dad. We were in a 34’ Novi and the shark was half as big (or so it seemed in the eyes of a 12 year old).
  12. Did you get out after them? I haven’t heard too many reports of them yet...
  13. That’s insane!
  14. Very true
  15. Amateur hour on our part ha