"Today we caught somewhere around 40 striped bass up to 24" and, we also caught 5 20-22" shad!"Capt. Dave Pecci June 19th, 2019
A slow day of snook fishing in Matlacha Pass turns exciting with jack crevalle on 7&8wt flyrods.Capt. Dave Pecci - Obsession Sportfishing
Capt. Mike Faulkingham joined me for a day of snook fly fishing this past week. We had great action in Bull and Turtle Bays despite 15kt winds. Great job Capt Mike! By the way, Mike hammered them on his version of an all white snake fly. I'll be tying up some of them for sure! I'm off to Maine on business this weekend but will return to guide on April 16th - May 8th. Can't wait to get back to the Harbor! - Capt. Dave
Conditions: There is a large abundance of bait in the Kennebec. Water temps range from 57* to 68*. Water clarity and water flow are average for late June. We are finding stripers feeding on the surface daily but the action is less predictable than in past weeks. The fish are ranging in size from 14"-30" with a few bigger ones here and there. We are averaging 20 fish per trip right now on fly and spinning gear.
Bait the fish are feeding on: Juvenile Atlantic Herring, Sand eel, Alewife, River Herring, American Eel, Mackerel
Target species right now: Striped Bass
The striped bass are becoming more selective due to the huge abundance of bit in the River.Capt. Dave Pecci
John Kern and his niece Caroline fishing for striped bass on the lower Kennebec in JuneCapt. Dave Pecci - Obsession Sportfishing