On November 22nd, Ron Huber of Penobscot Bay Watch used a 60 foot beach seine in the shallow waters at high tide at the Searsport Shores Campground beach. While less rocky than the lowtide shallows of this beach, there were enough snags to slow the process down. In the end, three sweeps of the seine (from the middle of the seawall to the mouth of the stream yielded only one fish (and a bagfuls of barnacly rocks.

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