Doug Bear from Orvis catching striped bass on ledges at the mouth of the Kennebec River. Mid July is when the ledges and beaches fish very consistently.Capt. Dave Pecci - Obsession Sportfishing
Bill Farland joined me his past week for a few hours of striped bass fly fishing. We ended up catching 14 schoolies between 16" and 24". I love my summer office. Not sure if there's a prettier place this side of heaven. Its so easy to get focused on the fish and what it takes to catch them that I find myself missing the beauty all around me. This video captures some of that beauty. I hope you enjoy watching it.Capt. Dave Pecci - Obsession Sportfishing
We are settling into typical July fishing. Most ofCapt. Dave Pecci 07-08-19
the striped bass have now are staged along structure waiting for bait to come
"There's still some need for exploration but theCapt. Dave Pecci 07-01-19
fish are settling down and becoming a bit more predictable."
A combination of breaking fish and casting to structure provided a great morning on the Kennebec. The river was full of small herring which we were able to match very effectively with flies.Capt. Dave Pecci - Obsession Sportfishing