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Stripers and Coastal Gamefish Stripers, Blues, Inshore tuna!

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Old 07-30-2005, 05:42 PM
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Poppers and bass are a blast. I was in the Wells-Kennebunk area last week on the yearly family vacation. All that I had to do was find moving water and rocks and I caught fish. I fished mostly poppers because they are fun but sinking lines and other flies probly would have worked better. I also found some blues on the south end of Wells Beach. I fished the whole week alone most of the time without another fisherman in sight.
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That's great to hear because I'm headed that way in a few weeks. Thanks for the update.
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Give a holler when you are up here Dblehaul... Perhaps we can cast a line. I am up in the Portland area.
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Will do, if I can tear away from dad and my brother who will be trying to monopolize my fishing time with me.
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My brother and I have been catching alot of fish in casco bay. And you would not beleive the size of some of the fish we have been seeing!!
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