Scott Charlton

Damariscotta Fish Ladder - went early

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Looks like it's time for Santa to bring a polarizing filter this Christmas.

 

Should of told me you were coming up, I got blown out for fishing today and ended up just taking a nap.

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"The birds on the left feel that the fish belong to them, and the birds on the right feel that the fish belong to them." :howdy: Love it - thanks for sharing. 

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Great video, netting is a big improvement in protecting the alewives in the pools - I only remember how this was before the restoration.

 

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11 hours ago, Roccus7 said:

Looks like it's time for Santa to bring a polarizing filter this Christmas.

 

Should of told me you were coming up, I got blown out for fishing today and ended up just taking a nap.

It was kinda spur of the moment, and my weekend got altered to pick up my sons car, aka...my older car.

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Cool, thanks for sharing!  My wife brought our kids to look for alewives in the Portland area yesterday and didn't see anything.  Looks like we should try Damariscotta :)

 

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There will be more and more for the next two weeks.  A cold snap chases them away as long that doesn’t happen you won’t be disappointed!   Google damariscotta fish ladder forinfo

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There's a bunch in the river just south of town. They were on the surface all day today between our oyster cages, yesterday and today before the hail storm 

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