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Kennebec River Fishing Reports


2015-08-02
6:42 PM

August Fishing on the Kennebec River - Conditions: The striped bass have moved upriver into their summer haunts. Water quality is good and the flow rate will subside this week due to the waning moon. The offshore shark and tuna fishing remains slow... Not sure why but it will turn on any more...
Capt. Dave Pecci - Kennebec River


2015-07-12
5:50 PM

Striped Bass Fishing is HOT on the Kennebec - Conditions: The water clarity has improved greatly this week flow is still a bit high. Temps upriver are in the low to mid 70s. mid 50s at the beaches. Bait the fish are feeding on: Juvenile Atlantic herring, sand eel, river herring, eel Fishi more...
Capt. Dave Pecci - Kennebec River


2015-07-05
6:23 PM

Great Striped Bass action continues into July - Kennebec River / Casco Bay Fishing Report July 6th, 2015 Conditions: The River is a bit muddy due to some heavy rain last week and big tides. Water temps are from the high 50s to high 60s. Bait the fish are feeding on: Juvenile Atlantic herring, sa more...
Capt. Dave Pecci - Kennebec River


2015-06-18
6:07 AM

June Striped Bass Action - the Best in Years - Kennebec River / Casco Bay Fishing Report June 15th, 2015 Conditions: Water temps are slowly climbing into the mid 60s up river. The beaches are in the mid 50s to low 60s. Full moon this week will cause lots of tide and current. Bait the fish are f more...
Capt. Dave Pecci - Kennebec River

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