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Fishing Report

June 20, 2022

Water temp  56 degrees

Keepers being caught daily in the surf and this beauty was taken last week on clam by Nick from the Jetty (figured out the pic glitch)  This week the surf action in early morning and evenings was solid!  Chunk mackerel and clam caught many fish above 30" from Drakes Island to Ogunquit. 

Pogies sighted twice last week around Bibb Rock.  The Mackerel were spotty.  Stripers have plenty of sand eels and small bait in the rivers to feed from.  Trolling tubes in York, Ogunquit and Saco River with much sucess this past week.  The stripers caught are healthy, hungry and a range of sizes.

Also of note, flounder are being caught regularly.  Last week a window pane flounder was caught which I have never seen.  I was not able to upload the picture to the site, but it was a nice fish!  York river, Ogunquit River, Perkins Cove, Wells Harbor, Mousam river have all had flounder caught this season.  Mostly sand worms on the bottom, but clam will also work.  This is a species that has rebounded, we just don't target them as often as Stripers.  Great table fare and a fair fight on light tackle.  Stop in for some pointers!

If bait isn't your thing, soft plastics including shaker shad, savage sand eels, and Storm's in pearl all caught fish from shore last week.  On Saturday alone we had two stripers on the fillet table.  One taken by live mack, and the other from shore on chunk in the Kennebunk river.  It's a solid start to the season!

Offshore reports that Haddock remain in 250' or deeper waters.  You will need to get to Jeffreys to yield the best catch.  Haddock are plentiful and larger polluck are starting to appear.  Clam bait on the bottom, and Pink, Yellow and Green fly teasers working well. Some dogfish and sharks reported but it's not been a huge issue.  

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Brandylee & Scott

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