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I just moved to Portsmouth,NH

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Hi,

I am new to this area. I would like to have local advice regarding where to fish etc. especially this time of the year. Does anybody fish for smelt this time of the year? Any good spots?

Thanks a lot!

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If you're living in Portsmouth then drive over to Suds N Soda. It's a general store with a bait and tackle shop above. You can speak with Jason or any of the people working the tackle shop - extremely knowledgable and extremely friendly/helpful. They also have a very good stock of tackle and bait! They are located in Greeneland but I forget the street name - just google the name or they should be in the phone book. Oh, they are big into smelt fishing, I don't get it but they have all the tackle, shacks, etc.

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Suds N Soda is on RT33. Not only is Suds N Soda good, but I personally would recommend checking out Kittery Trading Post, which is just over the bridge on RT 1...

Check out Exeter NH on the river for smelt.

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thanks a lot. I have visited both of 2 shops. very helpful.I had some luck with the smelt. but all regulars say it has been a most slow year. It has to do with something with the warm weather.

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