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July Report

David Cassidy Sr.
July 22, 2009
Penobscot Bay - Freshwater Fishing Report

We have had our share of water this season. I have been spending most of my time in ponds and lakes instead of streams and rivers.
Water temps are down this year. Lakes are in the low 70's and should be higher. This is great for fishing salmon and such.

Lakes and ponds have been giving up some lakers, browns, splake and a few other fish as well.
Trolling has been the way to go.

Large and small mouth bass fishing has been slow this year. These fish seemed to have moved off of their beds early this year. I think is was due to cold water and lots of rain.

Salt water fishing has been slow also. Usually by the 4th of July we are catching mackeral by the bucket full but not this year.

Target Species:

LL Salmon, Togue, Browns, Splake, Large and Smallmouth Bass

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Come fish with us east of the Penobscot River, which is known as the Downeast area of Maine. This area has lots of ponds, lakes, and streams to be fished. Trolling streamer flies is one of Maine's fishing traditions. Early spring trolling for Landlocked Salmon and Trout. Troll for Togue (Lake Trout) and other fish through the summer and fall months. Plus fishing for Large or Smallmouth bass with either fly or spinning gear. I also offer icefishing trips in the winter.

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Dave's Guide Service
172 Sunset Rd
Deer Isle, ME 04627
Phone: 207-348-7743
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