Dick Pinney - Guide Lines
In our experience, this is getting on to the best time to shift our landlocked salmon fishing to the deeper depths that we marked in our previous fishing efforts.
I'm packing my bags with all weights of clothes for my annual early-season Canada goose hunt in Maine's largest and most northern county, Aroostook County.
We're coming into prime time for coastal fishing as most of the highly sought after species should all be available "for the catching."
This is prime time for a lot of the saltwater species to be on a feeding spree and to move up from their winter quarters into our New England waters.
This is the time of year when the Dickster likes to concentrate his fishing on big stripers in the Great Bay tidal system.
It's becoming more and more evident that the health of Great Bay and probably Little Bay and the upper Piscataqua River has been compromised.
COASTAL NEW HAMPSHIRE anglers are very lucky for the amount of opportunities to fish from shore in tidal waters.
It's that time of the year when the striped bass fishing spreads out a bit.
Yesterday we watched a huge barge full of some kind of empty shells being pulled by a big tugboat into Great Bay.
There's no big secret in catching pollock, and in many instances they are considered nuisance fish.
It's hard to ignore them this time of year.
Waterfowl on Great Bay give birdwatchers a great show.
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