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Merrimack River Haverhill/Lawrence

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1 hour ago, VitaminDee said:

Yes, plenty all the way up. You shouldn't skunk out. 

almost low tide and still cant move around on the shoreline. Tough fishing from the cliffs lol.

 

Caught a couple small mouth so far. But ive seen some big fish jump.

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make sure your feet are covered, the amount of syringes along the banks of the Merrimack is getting out of control. You should get into some schoolies and small mouth. 

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12 mins ago, BroadSoundBound said:

make sure your feet are covered, the amount of syringes along the banks of the Merrimack is getting out of control. You should get into some schoolies and small mouth. 

Definitely booted up to my knees. Still pretty disgusting though that u gotta keep your eyes open for crap like that.

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I'm gonna have to call it, I definitely need to regroup.

 

What do you think would work for lures down here?

 

12 smallies all under a pound :( its a gorgeous day though.

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Plenty of schoolies caught while fishing on the bottom with seaworms. Up by the dam guys are getting them on topwater lures but the fishing there is not my cup of tea. The shad fishing is in full swing and I find these enjoyable to catch on light tackle than chasing for schoolies. 

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On 5/23/2019 at 8:46 AM, VitaminDee said:

dark colored SPs and a darter worked well for me.

Blsck Purple ? Bone? what do u guys think? Gonna grab one tomorrow.

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Well.. I went down this morning for 3 hours to break in my new lure. Ive never fished for stripers with a lure before so to say my shoulder is sore is an understatement. It cast like a missile and i love the way it looks in the water. Ill keep trying, eventually ill get something. 

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