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  1. Well finally grabbed some bloodworms to try my luck off the beach Monday night on the incoming. After about 30min I got my first tap of the year, minutes later I landed my first bass of the year (all of about 11"). I managed 4 more fish in the 14-18" range. Decided Tuesday night to do the same. I was a beautiful evening to be at the beach. Wasn't long before they hit hot and heavy. Landed and released 8 fish all in the 14-20" range before running out of worms. Water is surprisingly warm at the shore for this time of year IMHO. Hopefully some bigger fish will be here soon.
  2. Do they smell bad as you approach them (Mola that is). I thought that someone once told me they stank. :lol:
  3. Nice fish! Having grown up in Guilford, your post hit home. Get down there from Maine once in a while having my sister in law in Madison. Usually do a lot of bowt fishing out of Niantic with my father in law.
  4. I heard the Saco has come ALIVE!! A couple of buddies of mine hit it Sunday and boated 112 fish, biggest was around 22". Plastics seemed to be working wel for them.
  5. Cundys Harbor is on East Harpswell towards the mouth of the New Meadows river. There is some great fishing to be had there this time of year. The stripers stack up around the island ledges (which are abundant). Absolutley beautiful area! Watch for rocks while in the boat.
  6. In the summer there are lots of macks caught there. Stripers are to be found come dusk outgoing tides. Other than that watch out for cruise ships, panhandlers and wild Zebcos a-casting.
  7. :) Unless you are a little person that fish looks more like 26". Always hold the fish out (showing little hand as possible) to make it look big. Never buy tape measures at flea markets.