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Casco Bay still has fish holding in mid summer spots with average Aug like water temps,on Sept 10?? but there mind set has changed and become much snappier, now if the bait will start to move after this new moon little bait does not like to move on new moons so we are moving out of that phase and into what should become a very good fall fishing season!!!The last two morning have been very solid and a few boats at the dock today where proud of there striper thumbs and story's of 20 fish outings yesterday and today on light tackle we had a real active trips on flies in some strong winds, Reports from John Ford's trips this week where good aswell and the crew on the Kennebec had a hell of a day yesterday, sound like those fish are starting to drop and that means good things for us down coast of them, Carp Have been fun on these tides for the area I'm fishing a 7 ft tide change on the Carp flats is huge, the window was short as the water swamped it out quickly but had some g…

Maine Striper Fishing Reports

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The fall striper run has been the lore of anglers for years and for us in Maine it's been somewhat a miss the last few years, a active day here and there if you are out every day you might get into a good surface feed, but for the most part spotty. But there seems to be a few things in place this year, setting up for some strong fall fishing, first off there is a lot of Bass around right now and even with a crazy heat wave, we have had a good first light bite, It would slow quickly after the sun got high and or the tide swamped out, but a good short window. A black tabory snake style fly 4-5 inch long striped slow would pull them of the mud flats in the AM low light. But for me I have been really Lucky with my anglers the last few weeks from Keys guides of 30 plus years to Left Krey there has been some experience on the boat at with the bright sun and incoming tides …