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Posted By Greg Metcalf, October 2, 2017
Despite the migration of striped bass and bluefish being well under way, there is still plenty of time to get in on the action before the season comes to an end. (Image courtesy of Capt. Greg Metcalf)
 October is an interesting month on the saltwater fishing scene in New England. Huge schools of migrating bluefish and stripers along with the shorter days and cooler weather makes for interesting times. I woke up this morning in Kennebunkport and the air temperature was 37 degrees. By 10:00AM we had already released 14 stripers on light tackle and I was down to my shirt sleeves with the air temperature and water temperature at 60 degrees. It is way too soon to think about putting your fishing tackle away for the season. There are still lots of fish to catch in 2017.
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