September 17-24 Striper, and Bluefish Mayhem! We arrived out on the Maine coast on Saturday evening, and fished the following Sunday. We keyed mainly on the out going tide so that the stripers would be keying on the mouths of the coastal streams, river, and marshes. Sunday - Friday was constant striper action, but the breeching sturgeons kept it interesting. We fished rocky areas bluffs, and sand flats! We fished hard about 400 casts Double-Haul twice a-day, and walked 1-3 miles an outing! One of my great ole friends hit an 800# moose with his car, and he is fine lucky! There was one great pig striper taken about a 33-36 striper, no huge blues taken. I had a nice 30 blue on that decided to go Dorado on me, and break (cut) me off. The mornings where 60 degrees, and the days avg were 75 with a hot 85 on Friday! Hurricane Ophelia did not mess our trip up! Whew if anyone is toying with the idea of salt-water fly-fishing I say you need to go. I was blessed with having local friends in that area of Maine. I have been sworn to secrecy so enjoy the pics!