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If you fish and live near Saco, ME, click.
Is the Saco Bay considered fresh water or a saltwater estuary? I'm planning on flyfishing the bay/biddeford pool and such and if it's freshwater, I'll need a license. Any idea?
I love that area, but I don't know.
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any idea where the point of saltwater starts?
i dunno bout the u.s. but in canada you need a saltwater license too besides a freshwater....
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nevermind, I found the answer, and I am in luck. 5 miles of the Saco River, from the Ocean to the Main St. Bridge are considered Tidal Water, so I don't need a license. Thought I'd share that, just in case anybody else ever needs the answer.
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