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  1. I am going to be in New Brunswick tomorrow and may have decent amount of time between meetings to fish. I am open to both freshwater and bay fishing. Target species: Trout, Largemouth Bass, or Stripers. Haven't really fished in that area. Any tips or suggestions will be highly appreciated. Don't spot burn, obviously, but also please tip on parking as that seems to be a problem near most fishable waters. Thanks in advance
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