Alewives show strong start to season

Jim Wotton and his crew of 10 prepare the day of fishing by ziplining hundreds of crates from the cliffside onto the jagged rocks below the Sebasticook River Dam in Benton, Maine. “We come up here every day at 9 or 10 in the morning, we get ready for the day, make our orders.  The amount we catch is based on what we need for the day,” Sunday is range of orders, according to Wotton. He said some of the fish they catch today will go to Canada, while others head to Maine’s many coastal communities. He is talking about alewives. > click to read < 08:37

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