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Mainiac

Alan called.

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He was headed up my way to hit a trout pond and had to cross the Saco to get there. He saw numerous seagulls working bait above the rte. 1 bridge. We agreed it was most likely juvy herrin' finally getting flushed out of the river by recent rains. So..... if anybody is still fishing the ocean you might want to hit the river mouths.:)

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1 hour ago, Mainiac said:

He was headed up my way to hit a trout pond and had to cross the Saco to get there. He saw numerous seagulls working bait above the rte. 1 bridge. We agreed it was most likely juvy herrin' finally getting flushed out of the river by recent rains. So..... if anybody is still fishing the ocean you might want to hit the river mouths.:)

Alan see's fish in his rear view mirror :lol: Alan just see's fish 

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Bob

The peripheral vision works well too. :DThe seagulls were all over them.  

Even the inland ponds where alewives were stocked years ago had the same thing going on.  

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I saw the same yesterday, stopped and watched for a few minutes, and it was definitely young of the year alewives.  Water was still way too murky to fish, zero visibility.  Hopefully it will clear soon.   

Still at least a few small schoolies around as of yesterday morning.  

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how many s

9 hours ago, Alan said:

Bob

The peripheral vision works well too. The seagulls were all over them.  

Even the inland ponds where alewives were stocked years ago had the same thing going on.  

how many scales from gill to tail both sides:lol::o

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1 hour ago, RAW said:

how many s

how many scales from gill to tail both sides:lol::o

Give me a number and I will agree.:D

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