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Sports Chatter Forum / Little League Baseball All-Stars District 3
« on: July 04, 2007, 11:13:40 AM »
My son now lives in Warwick with his mother,and played LL this year in the Warwick American league.He was once again selected as an All-Star this year,and joined the rest of the Warwick American 11-12yr. old All-Stars to begin the journey towards the District 3 title.

1st game(HOME)......7-6 win versus North Kingstown
(Warwick went up 7-2,and eventually held off the fine team from North Kingstown to put there record at 1-0)

2nd game(AWAY)....5-4 win versus South Kingstown in 9 innings
(Warwick went up 2-0 in the 3rd,tied by South Kingstown in the top of the 6th at 2-2.......Top of the 9th South Kingstown scored 2 to take a 4-2 lead :o........but Warwick American rallied for 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th to take a hard fought 5-4 win and move there record to 2-0

Next game is at Central Coventry on Saturday.....i cannot wait.The excitement(nerves) from the second game  took some time to subside.But im ready to do it again..... :)

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Me and Dave(RollinD) went to Quaddick today for about 5hrs. in search of some LMB'S.
It was a little breezy out there,so we started in a protected cove.We spotted numerous small LMB's and some very nice LMB's cruising in the shallows.They seemed to be cruising and not much into eating though.Mid cove we spotted roughly a 3 1/2 - 4 lb. bass cruise by,and shortly thereafter a nice pike of about 24" was following closely behind.Maybe 30 yards down the shore,i spot a large shadow move away from shore and head right for us.I can plainy see it is a pike now,and alert Dave to check out the size of that **** fish(LOL)...
We fished out of that cove without a fish,and headed out to the back pond.We each caught a cpl. LMB's out back,mine on finesse worms and Dave's on lizards.Spent some time out there,but wasn't alot to show for it.
We then headed back to the first cove,and again spotted them same fish.I was fishing a black finesse worm in about 3ft. of water,and went and hooked myself one of them rotten pike.Got that rotten pike in and snapped a cpl. pics.Decent size SNOT Rocket i guess if your into them fish....LOL....Didn't weigh or measure the Pike!!!

Water temp. was around 60-64,and we fished no deeper then 7 ft. all day.

Dave with a keeper....


Me with a keeper....


Me with JUNK fish Pike....LOL

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Sports Chatter Forum / R.I.P. Darryl Stingley
« on: April 05, 2007, 12:20:54 PM »
Darryl Stingley ex-New England Patriot passed away today at the age of 55.

CHICAGO (AP) -- Former New England Patriot receiver Darryl Stingley, who was paralyzed after a hard hit during an NFL exhibition game nearly 30 years ago, has died. He was 55.

Stingley was pronounced dead at Northwestern Memorial Hospital early Thursday after he was found unresponsive in his home, according to Tony Brucci an investigator with the Cook County medical examiner's office.

An autopsy was scheduled. The cause of death was not immediately available.

Stingley played football until August 12, 1978, when the 26-year-old receiver went up for a pass during an exhibition game and was hit from behind by Oakland Raiders' safety Jack Tatum. The hit broke Stingley's neck and left him a quadriplegic for life.

Stingley was born and raised in Chicago. He was a star running back at John Marshall High School. He attended Purdue on a football scholarship.

In 1973, he was a first-round draft pick of the Patriots, owned by Robert Kraft.

"On behalf of the Kraft family and the entire Patriots organization, we're deeply saddened by news of Darryl Stingley's death, and our thoughts and prayers are with the Stingley family at this time," said team spokesman Stacey James.



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The Hawg Forum / Bassmaster Elite Series Golden State Shootout
« on: March 31, 2007, 03:55:59 PM »
I'm sure you folks have been checking on this,seeing as your all rabid bass fishing fans....LOL

First cpl. days had some very BIG bags brought to the scale,with the leader weighing 10 fish for 66.10lbs. in the first 2 days.It was 50.14lbs. for 10th place after day 2,and it took 41.11lbs. to crack the top 50.

Here is the Top10 after 2 days.......

1 Greg Gutierrez  10 fish............66-10
2 Kelly Jordon  10 fish............... 55-11
3 Skeet Reese 10 fish............... 54- 5
4 Peter E Thliveros  10 fish....... 54- 2
5 Ishama Monroe  10 fish......... 53- 0
6 Ray Sedgwick  10 fish............ 52- 6
6 Kevin VanDam 10 fish............ 52- 6
8 Boyd Duckett  10 fish............. 51-11
9 Jared Lintner  10 fish..............51- 3
10 Fred Roumbanis 10fish........ 50-14

Steve Kennedy who was in 12th place with 49.13lbs,is reportedly got a limit today that is pushing 37lbs.,and he said it could get better too......should be a nice weigh-in at 6 tonight.Tune in to see some genuine WHOPPERS cross the scale......

Here is the link for the live weigh-in,and also the leaderboard....

Live Weigh in coverage here.....
http://sports.espn.go.com/outdoors/tournaments/news/story?page=Live_Stream_Videos

and the leaderboard is here....
http://proxy.espn.go.com/outdoors/bassmaster/members/ldr/leaderboard?tournamentId=792



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General Non-Fishing Chatter / HAPPY BIRTHDAY FINALTIMEOUT
« on: March 29, 2007, 02:09:17 PM »
Happy Birthday there Bill.....hope it is/was a good one for ya.Made ya a quick cake for your BIG day...LOL


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Northeastbass.Com Classified Ads / Lipless Crankbaits....
« on: February 05, 2007, 09:18:14 PM »
SOLD........

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Northeastbass.Com Classified Ads / 9 Crankbaits & 1 Spinnerbait.....
« on: February 05, 2007, 09:16:41 PM »
Here we have 9 crankbaits and 1 Terminator T1 Spinnerbait.

Berkely Frenzy's.....New
Bomber's .....good as New(no marks)
Big "O"....perfect shape
Matzuo Crank...perfect shape
Rapala's...Floater(New)
Shad Rap....good as New (no marks)

Terminator T1 spinnerbait...(new)...Silver Shiner

$48 Value NEW.......
$25 takes em.....
Individual pics of cranks available if needed....





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The Hawg Forum / Drowning death at Amos Lake in Preston,Ct.
« on: January 09, 2007, 02:11:10 PM »
Awful story to report,but a body was recovered this morning from Amos Lake in Preston.

A single male went fishing yesterday at Amos and failed to return home.His wife contacted a friend,who inturn went to Amos and found his car at the launch with him nowhere to be seen.The CSP were called in and a search started yesterday evening and continued til about 10p.m.
They located his canoe and tackle box,but were unable to locate him last night.They resumed there search  this morning with sonar equipment,and located his body about 10:30 this morning.No details were released pending notification of next of kin.....

ANYBODY venturing out this time of year PLEASE wear a PFD,and if all possible don't go out ALONE....your LIFE could very well depend on them choices!!!!!

My prayers go out to his family,and all others affected by this tragedy...   :(

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Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports / Gardner Tourney....Dec.3rd
« on: December 05, 2006, 12:11:00 AM »
Fished in a small 8 boat tourney at Gardner on Sunday.The fishing was rather tough to say the least,but there were a few fish caught.

1st....4.44lbs.....3fish
2nd...3.44lbs.....3fish
3rd....3.01.........2fish....Me and RollinD

Lunker was a 1.90 LMB

No fish pics,but these two pics here will allude to who we fished with....




Food was awesome as usual....the food made it worth the slow fishing for sure.This might have been the last tourney this year......MAYBE!!!!!



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There was a teacher who asked her class to use the word "definately" correctly in a sentence.
Little Sally raises her hand and says, "The sky is definately blue."
The teacher replies, "That's a great try Sally but the sky is sometimes grey or even black at night."
Little Johnny raises his hand and says, "The grass is definately green."
To this the teacher replies, "Again, great try but sometimes the grass is brown so that is not a correct way to use the word definately."
Rotten little Joey in the back is desperately waving his hand and says, " I have a question before I use definately in a sentence." He says, "Does a fart have lumps?"
Astonished at this the teacher replies, "Why of corse not Joey."
"Well then, I definately crapped my pants."

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Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports / Hall's Pond....Eastford/Ashford,Ct
« on: September 20, 2006, 10:16:16 PM »
Fished Hall's Pond today(2p.m. to 8p.m.) with Dave(RollinBass).Started off throwing the jig for about a half hour,while Dave was throwing a Senko.My first fish came on the jig,and went 3.5ozs.

 
We started thinking maybe they were gonna eat today,but that thought was slowly lost while i caught only 1 other nice keeper size fish the next hour..
My third fish came on the jig also,and went 3.2lbs.


Continued around the pond with me throwing a jig and Dave switching between a jig/senko.Roughly a hour or so later,i started throwing a Sizmic frog,and shortly therefafter i caught my 4th fish that went 3.5lbs.

 
Continued throwing the frog after that while Dave was throwing a senko.Shortly after,Dave catches a nice keeper on the senko....

 
Starting to get late now,so we decided to head towards the ramp and load up.Prior to arrival at the ramp,i got off 1 more cast towards the point adjacent to the ramp and ended up hooking my 5th nice fish.This fish went 3.7lbs...

 

All in all,it was a slow night.Numbers were down,but the quality of the fish was nice.Hall's definitely has some quality fish.

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Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports / Lower Quaddick....Finally broke 5lbs.
« on: September 04, 2006, 11:28:05 AM »
I finally got one over 5lbs. this year,and it made my day.

Fished Lower Quaddick with my buddy Mike,and got this one on a 4.20 Beaver in about 8ft. of water.

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General Non-Fishing Chatter / Happy Birthday RollinBass
« on: September 03, 2006, 12:48:21 AM »
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO rollinbass(Dave)....may it be filled with visions of 7 & 8 lb. bass!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;D

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Alrighty guys,what's everybody gonna bring for the pre tourney cook-out.....

Huskybass...Italian Pastry from Mozzicattos
Curt...Hot Dogs and Buns,Chips
JerryinCt.....Pasta/Pasta Salad
BobW...Cooler w/ drinks..Coke,Diet-Coke,Sprite,Water
RollinBass...Steaks,Grill,Table,Trashcan/bags
Chrismed.....Clam Chowder
Slick.....Burgers
RayZ....Table,Plastic trays,Weigh-in snacks
Gama Bait.....Brownies



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Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports / Quinebaug River (Killingly)
« on: July 31, 2006, 03:40:50 PM »
Fished the Quinebaug River today with a friend,and ended up catching around 10 fish total.First good fish in the morning(7:00a.m.) was caught on a SuperFluke(Baitfish) tight to the bank,and weight guesstimation was about 3.5 lbs.No photo on this fish(Long Story There).We caught a cpl. more keepers in the morning,while working are way down river towards the Rt.6 bridge.While flipping to some rocky shoreline near the bridge,i hooked my second good fish of the day on a 1/2oz. Blk./Bl. jig with a Junebug dbl. tail trailer(GYB).We had no scale,so another weight guesstimation was in order.The guesstimation was about 4lbs.,but the pic makes it look like 2lbs..The photo was taking at arms length and at a bad angle,and does the fish no justice at all.Without further ado,here is the pic....


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