Sept 21, 2022
Water temp 60 degrees
September fishing has been amazing this season! Large schools of 40" plus a few 50" fish schooling up around Moody and Cape Neddick over the weekend. Bluefish seem to be gone, but the Stripers are feeding on Mackerel and lots of Peanut Bunker.
Tubing with sandworms in Saco caught us some 20" fish, fun action on light tackle. Chunk Mackerel off our seawall landed a few more both Saturday and Sunday. Evening calm water is perfect to toss a popper. Jake caught a 27" off our dock Sunday just as the rain began. Gotta love the variety of fall season fishing!
Drakes Island on the river side produced not only several schoolies, but a few keeper sized stripers mixed in. Sandworm and herring among the baits that worked inside the harbor, clam on the beaches.
Offshore reports when you can sneak out have been good. 230-250 feet deep Haddock spotty, Polluck catch is up. Keeper sized Cod caught closer inshore, target pockets of water at lease 100 feet deep. Sometimes it doesn't make sense to go to Jeffreys with the seas and storms of September, try your luck closer. Cod Jigs and teaser flys are a nice approach. Fly colors popular in fall purple, blue, white, hot pink/green or hot pink/purple.
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