So just when the saltwater action is really starting to crank, I am switching gears and heading up to salmon country. Four days on the New Hampshire-Canadian border, hoping to catch the tail end of the smelt run and nail a few land locked Atlantics that move out of the lakes nad into the river mouths to fatten up.
While not original natives, many of these fish are multi-seson holdovers or born in the wild, as the once-stocked population is now self-sustaining. Look for the report sometime next week. hopefully this trip will make up for my having to work through the spring clave!
p.s. Juro, send me you mailing adress and I will forward you a great article the Environmental Law Journal I used to work on just put out on fish farms and regulating aquaculture--i think you will like...
Sounds like a great plan, the striper season will continue but the salmon season won't. Gorgeous country too. Swing a marabou smelt for me up there!
Thanks in advance for the article, I'll email my mailing address right away.
Look forward to hearing about your trip to the north country.
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