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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!!!

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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Maine Saltwater Fishing Charters Kennebec Reports July, 2011

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Capt. George Harris (aka superfly) said...

At 0:54 Jeremiah starts talking about having the right line...To elaborate on what he is talking about...I was explaining to Jeremiah that we need to methodically fish the rip by picking lines of drift through the doing this you can pin point where the stripers are hanging on the large rips the fish often move around so it's important to periodically choose new "lines" of drift...

Arrowsic said...

Did that the other day at "hospital". After a few non-strike drifts at the North side, I ventured South about 75 yards to a new "drift line" and BANG, first drift I was on a beautiful linesider. But I've gotta tell ya CGH, changing those old vices of drifting the same drifts is big time mind game. That "I've caught a big fish there before" mentality plays games with your brain and can lead you to do the same old thing with that same old anticipation. You are SO right, drift line changes within the same area is SO critical.

Capt. George Harris (aka superfly) said...

Downward pressure waves from boats repeatedly shadowing over head or worse motoring over head will force the fish to move to different areas of the rip line or just completely abandon the ledge altogether...ever wonder why the bite shuts down on a ledge that's covered up with fish after only a few drifts???...when people think of 20 feet of water being deep and they think they can motor over without spooking...they are so off track it's not funny...It's so counter productive..for most of us 20 feet is not even a boat can easily get spooked from boat traffic in 100 feet of water...thats why I get so frustrated when I see dingbats motoring over the fish