Maine Saltwater Fishing Reports Blog
Welcome to the Fish Blog & saltwater fishing reports page of Super Fly Charters & Capt. George Harris. We're looking forward to providing you with the most up to date coastwide inshore saltwater fishing reports on the Maine coast as well as offshore Bluefin Tuna fishing reports as the Maine Striper & "football" Bluefin Tuna Fishing season goes forward into 2014!!! You wont find any generic"cut & paste" reports or info here...Just pure fishing!!!
Super Fly Charters provides friendly, professional guided fly & light tackle fishing trips.
We operate our fishing charters in the Mid-Coast region of Maine, from Casco Bay to Penobscot Bay. This area features an astonishing 1000 miles of jagged, pristine coastline. We focus our efforts on the broad reach of the lower Kennebec river estuary & the outer boundaries of Casco Bay...with its countless thousands of acres of untouched saltwater flats, gnarly tides that rip over rocky structure and an intricate maze of backcountry channels, It's a fly & light tackle fishermans nirvana. On any given day we can be found fishing coastal tide marshes, shallow flats, sandy beaches and islands or ledges located offshore. Wherever the fish are!!! Whether it's on the fly...pitching plugs or live lining frisky live baits we've got you covered check out our website for all of our trip offerings...and stay tuned for some new trips options for 2014
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Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Check out this great video that focuses on the importance of catch & release fishing for Striped Bass...Catch and release fishing is vital to the future of recreational saltwater angling. The state of our natural resources and the increase in the human population dictates that we can no longer keep every striped bass that we catch, and in many cases anglers will need to release several undersized fish before finding one large enough to keep. We feel that this is an important message to share not only with our members but with the striped bass fishing community as a whole.
We are always looking for new ways to spread the word about the Stripers Forever cause.
To that end, I would like to share with you a video made for Stripers Forever by one of our members. The video, produced by Jason Puris
of The Fin, shows the proper techniques to release a striped bass.
The state of our natural resources, along with current bag limits, dictates that we can't keep every striped bass we catch. Knowing the correct way to practice catch and release fishing is vital to the future of recreational saltwater angling. We think that this is an important message to share not only with our members but with the striped bass fishing community as a whole.
The video is currently available for viewing on The Fin You can see it by visiting this link
Thanks to Jason the video will also be available on the Stripers Forever website later this month.
It’s a great video with some fabulous action shots off Montauk this last fall, so enjoy it, and please help spread the word about proper catch and release techniques. ~Brad Burns, Stripers Forever
Maine Saltwater Fly fishing Guide
Capt. George Harris