Friday, August 28, 2009
Maine Fall Striper Fishing Is On The Move
Hurricane Bill stirred things up and tropical storm Danny will likely continue to stir the pot which will jump start the fall, striped bass fishing season. For the past several days I have seen indications of improved striper fishing with fish becoming more aggressive each day. First light action is beginning to reveal surface action and the fish are filling their bellies. Let the fall action begin. The next four weeks can be the best fishing of the season with migrating fish feeding heavily every day. As the fall season progresses, mid-day action will pick up so first light and last light outings aren't necessary. This is my favorite time of the year. I will be guiding on Cape Cod until mid-September and then return to Maine for the grand finally of the season in to October. Tight lines everyone.
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