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The fishing remains surprisingly consistent as we push through the middle part of August. A lot of that can be attributed to the amount of bait that has stayed in the area. Mackerel have been scattered but still catchable. The key to filling the well is chum. Without chum the schools will remain scattered and have no need to congregate around your boat. With the chum, filling the well has been taking less than twenty minutes. Mackerel from shore have been hit or miss, but the pogies have remained and are still hanging tight to shore, so keep a snag hook at the ready, and use them live or chunked up. We have also been seeing a large number of some sort of small bait filling the river. Each morning it looks like it raining as we make our way out. We have not got a great look at it, but what we have seen is that it is a small baitfish about 2-3 inches long with a large pronounced head. Peanut bunker? Britt Herring? Baby Alewives? Not totally sure yet, but we are very excited for the prospect of a solid fall run when these little guys decide to leave to the river in the upcoming weeks.

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