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General Fishing => Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports => Topic started by: Curt - RI on May 14, 2017, 12:28:14 PM

Title: Pachaug Pond - CT
Post by: Curt - RI on May 14, 2017, 12:28:14 PM
We had a club tourney at Pachaug Pond yesterday.

Air Temp: 50-55
Water temp: 53-55
Skies: Cloudy
Wind: 5-10 East
Dept: 2-5 FOW
Time: 6 AM  - 1 PM

I had a feeling there would be no bed fishing with the recent cold, wet weather. Water temps have plummeted back down into the mid 50s.


The bite was very, very tough! It took me a while to figure out what they wanted. But once I did, I was able to boat 4 keeper bass and one short. Those 4 keepers were good enough for the win.


My total weight for the 4 bass was a bit over 7 lbs. It wasn't a lot, but it was all I needed.


I found fish on 2-4 feet of water, fishing 4 inch weighted senkos and 5 inch shakey head worms.


These shakey head worms are fantastic baits!


http://bit.ly/2qh90oS (http://bit.ly/2qh90oS)


I fished them on a 3/26 oz. classic shakey head jig from LurePartsOnline.


http://www.lurepartsonline.com/Online-Store/Shakey-Jigs/Classic-Shakey-Jigs.html (http://www.lurepartsonline.com/Online-Store/Shakey-Jigs/Classic-Shakey-Jigs.html)