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stripertracker68

Kennebec Tides??

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Finally getting some time to head up to the Kennebec (had to cancel the last two trips) B)

Was wondering if the fishing is still hot on the Kennebec the first week of September or have the fish decided to move on south. Also, what tides are folks having the most luck with...incoming or outgoing?

Thanks

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Last year I was still catching decent bass up there in October.Was up there last week exploring new areas ....outgoing tide, middle of the day and got nothing.Not the best time to fish anywhere.Fish were holding VERY deep, I could'nt get to them. Think I might prefer the flood tide.

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Oh yeah, the Kennebec has a spawning, resident population of Stripers.There always around,just not always cooperative.

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GM2: Thanks for the info. I plan on hitting the incoming tide and see how that works. In the past, I haven't had much luck with bait up there and have had most hits with either Storm Wild Eye Shad or Rapalas. Any special lures that you use?

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