June 19 – Photos I haven’t got to in awhile

June 19 – Photos I haven’t got to in awhile

Stickman here,
I have been remiss in posting our customer-submitted photographs for the last couple of weeks. Funny how a real job gets in the way. However, I will try to be more diligent as the season progresses. Here we go!

I’ll start with a pair of Jacob Cole. The latest one came with a note saying, “Here is Jacob Cole with another nice keeper caught at the mouth of the Merrimack on a tinker mackerel.” Nice to se a fish nearly as big as the fisherman.


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[divider]Next we move on to William Donoghue, who writes, “Here are a few fish caught this year out front ocean side. Clams was the choice of bait.”

William Donoghue


[divider]Here’s Jeff Hastings, South of Plum Island first keeper boated- 35″ live lining pollack. Tim van Leer (Hanover NH) with Dave Farnsworth (South Royalton, VT) as paparazzi.
first keeper

[divider]From Chris ‘The NH Striper Guy’, “Here are a few pictures of some fish in the 32-34″ range we’ve been getting on top water plugs, up in the Salisbury and Seabrook Great Marsh. Lots of fun seeing them hit the plug and smash it. Savage hits too.

I stopped into Surfland and picked up a few Gibbs poppers, swapped out the hooks, and was good to go, after seeing my buddy get them on almost every cast.

My buddy Rob caught his on his first cast of the year, and also the first fish on his homemade wood he calls the Seacillian, a blue scaled popper.”

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[divider]”Nice 35 inch fish! Caught and released by John McQuade of Amesbury 6/5/13 on the incoming tide,also caught two others in the 30 inch range! Fish caught off of lot # 1! All on worms!”
nice fish

[divider]Orri P. didn’t mind the deluge of rain Friday morning when he landed and released this nice 34 inch fish on 8lb class tackle! Nice Job.

[divider]And finally, for those of you wondering where Billy has been hiding himself. Well the proud Grandpappa is out in California with his new grandson.



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