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derekb1983

anyone having any luck?

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I've been fishing the exeter river, lamprey river the past few days and all that rain sucked no fish around anywhere.........wonder if they are all out at the mouth feeding on the macks? who knows might try along the beach in rye , rye harbor not sure yet just wondering if anyone's had any luck.

tight lines!

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you might want to try the marsh leading into hampton beach( the back side) I think it is 101. I have had some good nights fishing there on the incoming and out going. Now is a good time to get there. My uncle fishies there alot and has done well this year. no mosters but a few over 20 pounds. good luck

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hey thanks for the tip does herring work good in there? never fished there but thought about it a few times i imagine the bugs must be bad down there!

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I fished the Rye area last night from 7 - 8:30, caught 4 decent fish (1 maybe keeper) lost as many. Used a yellow Gibbs smack-it popper, high tide - overcast sky.

Tried the same spot this morning at 5 with out much luck - few hits but no takers. On my way back stopped and talked to a couple guys fishing Hampton, someone pulled in a 37" last night on clams. Nothing going on there this monring as well.

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have either of you guy's ever fished pierce island in portsmouth? Ive always thought about trying that bridge to see how it is there might give it a shot some night this week.

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I have never fished there? Use I always use herring or clams . The bugs are pretty bad but nothing a little bug juice couldn't handle Good luck

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