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Anyone caught any stripers in NH

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i heard of decent numbers in hampton. and i also heard of stripers being caught in maine too, personally dont have any experience with it. i'm sure others here can be more helpful than i.

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There are some good size keepers being taken out of Newmarket (Lamprey River). Personally I have not gotten a keeper yet, but have seen plenty being pulled out. The biggest I have seen was a 38 incher. This time of year Newmarket is the place to be however it gets pretty crowed.

Also Exeter has been pretty good, but have not heard or seen any keepers.

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I've caught some decent fish in the Hampton Marsh, although they seem very picky, biggest was about 20". This week should bring some steady action.

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another good spot is the cocheco river (henry law park) had some good luck in the canoe........fish have been rising decent down there well good luck everyone.

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