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Old 02-17-2006, 12:10 PM
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Hi Darrell,
You may know about it already, but there is a website called NovaScotiaFishing.com that may be of help to you. I go to New Brunswick every year in July, and also flyfish for brookies (small ones ... see attached photo!) and have wondered about striper fishing here too. The place where go is right on a river that flows out into a bay (Didgeguash River) ... with the very high/lowtides, seems like a perfect "fishy" place to catch stripers ... lots of fish on the fish finder (? maybe stripers, but haven't ever caught one!) ... we've caught lots of mackeral when they are running. Anyway, have fun and don't let the baitfishermen scare you!
Jan
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