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Not specifics...but where were ya? I was out at the Saco River jette this weekend with little luck...but I was only there for an hour and just really for practice. Any day now! :D

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went out all weekend no fish......had to go trout fishing. Where did you catch the schoolie? Warm weather and no rain should start things.

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went out all weekend no fish......had to go trout fishing. Where did you catch the schoolie? Warm weather and no rain should start things.

I caught the one fish in he Ogunquit river, then tried the next day and got nothing. Maybe tomorrow.

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I am guessing that good fishing in the Saco is still about 2-3 weeks away due to the prior weather and spring run off. No reports yet from Saco Bay Tackle company (although they report being stocked with bait)!!! Getting the itch bad! Got the gear ready...ordered some more Slug-go's this week and am pumped. What were you using? Bait or lures?

Tight lines!

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Last year, May 8, caught a bunch of schoolies in a So. Me. rivah to start the season. Definately migrants.

This year, May 8 again, but only managed one small in an hour worth of casting.

This fish was about 12 inches, no sea lice and not overly bright like a fresh migrant.

I suspect this particular fish was a holdover. (I could be wrong)

I can also say that the O river does support hold overs as well.

Either way, the season has begun, thanks to the great weather of late.

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