John Kern and his niece Caroline fishing for striped bass on the lower Kennebec in JuneCapt. Dave Pecci - Obsession Sportfishing
Another incredible week on the Kennebec River! Pretty much nonstop action every morning on flies and lures. No bate needed. Catching striped bass up to 32" in many spots on the River. Here's three videos from this week:
Bill Farland joined me again on July 25th for a fantastic morning of striped bass fly fishing. We caught over 25 fish and several over 24" the biggest one weighed in at 7 pounds and was 28" long.
"We are catching 20-30 fish per trip on flies and lures! Sizes are ranging from 12" to 32" with some fish over 36"."Capt. Dave Pecci
"Fly and lure size matters more than color right now..."07-01-17 Fishing Report - Capt. Dave Pecci
A fun morning of fly and spin fishing for striped bass on the Kennebec riverCapt. Dave Pecci - Obsession Sportfishing
We are averaging 30 fish per trip right now on fly and spinning gear.Capt. Dave Pecci 06-20-17 Report
The schoolies are feeding on the surface while the tide is moving.5/29 Report - Capt. Dave Pecci
We'll have east winds and water temps in the high 70s to low 80s. Perfect conditions for tarpon fishing on the...05-15-17 Fishing Report - Capt. Dave Pecci
Watch for pods of tarpon a mile or more off the beaches early in the week.05-07-17 Fishing Report - Capt. Dave Pecci
The cold front and northwest winds over the weekend moved the tarpon off the beaches and...
Tarpon will be rolling and gulping air early. By mid-morning they will be running and daisy chaining below the surface.05-02-17 Fishing Report
There are a few tarpon and big snook on the beaches. More of them are showing up with each tide change.Capt. Dave Pecci April 24th Fishing Report
Water clarity will remain excellent and the water level will be much higher on the flats than we've had the past several weeks...Capt. Dave's April 17 Fishing Report
Outlook: Hot with excellent morning tides all week. We'll have some southerly wind to contend with but with water temps in the high 70s...April 3rd Fishing Report
Gordon and I pre-fished Bull and Turtle Bays a day prior to one of my March charters. The wind was 15 and gusty out of the NE. We found most of the fish holding in deeper water but once we found them the snook, sea trout, jacks and ladyfish were very willing to bite our lures. There's some pretty cool underwater video included in this one. Enjoy!