July 24, Some decent fish

July 24, Some decent fish

Those pesky little “snapper” blues were in the mouth of the river this morning.  The fisherman that was in the store said his sluggos kept coming in bitten in half.  Time to start carrying some bluefish lures around. You know the ones. The usually have one single hook which makes it easy to get the fish off, they can be shiny, fluorescent, or a piece of your old broom handle (haha) painted some wacky color, and they usually cast a mile!

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We also had a fast run along the beach the other night consisting of stripers. They were moving along the beach at a good speed so my report from some of the fishermen said. They did manage to hook onto a few before they couldn’t keep up with them. Here are some highlight fish from the weekend:

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7/18/10, Ed Kelly, Rindge NH, Surf, 33 lbs, 45 inches, Bait: worms

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7/18/10

Alyse Ferreiria

Plum Island

Boat

12 lbs, 7oz.

Tube-n-worm

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Hunter Currier

Solon, Maine

Boat, Joppa

9 lbs, 2oz

Tube-n-worm

Recognize the name, yes Hunter is grandson of the infamous, Russ Currier

James Waldron
james@simplemics.com

Stickman is the resident web design guy at Surfland. We pay him in eels.

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