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Pataganset Lake - CT
« on: July 01, 2018, 09:03:22 AM »
I fished a club night tourney here on Friday night/Saturday morning, from 10 PM till 5 AM.

Fishing was slow and steady all night.

Ended up with a 11 1/2 lb. bag that was good for 2nd place. Missed the win by 1 1/2 ounces!

Bulk of my fish were caught on a black spinnerbait, with a couple also being caught on a topwater bait and one or two on a Senko.

Water temp was 78-79. Air temps were 65 - 70 for the night.

The moon was big and bright, but there was a high layer of thin clouds that kept it from being too bright.

All in all a great night of fishing  :)
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Re: Pataganset Lake - CT
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2018, 04:10:22 PM »
I also fished that Club tourney. Found my first fish by some pads with a black spinnerbait with 2 Colorado blades 4.09 which was good for lunker that night. Then found 4 more on a black and blue chatterbait in deeper water. Only managed one 11" bass on a jitterbug. Great night fishing lake. Id like to go back but preferably on someone elses boat. The ride on 95 to get there I am not a fan of towing my boat!
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