The calm after the storm

The calm after the storm

It has taken a few days for the effects of Dorian to leave us. The reports from the PRWR is that there are mostly schoolies up and down the beach. We had these pictures sent to us on  Sunday afternoon.

“Fishing pretty slow, a few shorties around this morning. Weed still an issue, but getting better through the day. More weeds on the north and less on the south. Beautiful day otherwise to be out” ~G

Well just got up to wait on a customer who was here yesterday and said that he had issues with the seaweed yesterday at lot 1 but was back again today to try again and hopefully not run into the weed. Suggested trying further south along the beach. Hopefully that works for him!

Since Sunday afternoon we are still getting reports of schoolies up and down the beach. Just opened not long ago and my first customer had been down at the set of rocks on the beach up from the shop where he said he caught a few little fish while waiting for the shop and the refuge to open.The fish were around the 18″ range. He got some worms and clams and headed to the refuge to fish the mornings tide.

It is nice to see so many schoolies being caught around the area. Reports from the north has guys doing well along the New Hampshire coast and southern Maine on bigger fish. They will be here soon! Just keep the storms away!!!

Liz Cowie
ermc@comcast.net
5 Comments
  • Anonymous
    Posted at 08:01h, 10 September

    Parking lot 3 was seaweed free yesterday.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 11:02h, 10 September

    Any reports inside the mouth? Jappa?

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 17:38h, 10 September

    3 schoolies today , lot 1, two hours out of high tide.no weeds but crabs busy

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 19:45h, 10 September

      An hour after high tide on lot7. 5 schoolies and a couple of blues. Weather was perfect!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 17:55h, 10 September

    Sandy point was pretty clear of weeds yesterday as the afternoon tide was coming in. Also saw a few sturgeon jump straight out of the water! They were huge and what a cool thing to see!

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