Bass, largemouth, smallmouth and stripers.
I'm fortunate to live within a mile of the Atlantic Ocean and Piscataqua River (salt) and only a few miles from many lakes. I can be fishing a nearby lake within a half-hour and many lakes with-in an hour.
Great area to live if you like the outdoors and are a sportsman.
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Brutal tourney on Sebago...could never find the baitfish so therefore never found a real pattern. Only caught 2 fish out of the two days, one smallie and one largie for 6.51 lbs but it was still good enough to finish 31st so I qualified for nationals. Thanks for the tips, I tried all the areas just couldnt stay on them long enough for the baitfish to come in...wind comes up real quick on that lake...I was driving through 6 - 8 ft waves at one point coming in between frye island and the main land.
At 11:18pm on September 28, 2009, Matt Razey said…
Awesome tips, I'll see if I can put them to good use. I was going to try the muddy river just didnt know if it was going to be worth it since the lake level was down so much.