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  Between The Cracks Organization will be hosting a benefit Tournament on Sat 5/19/2012 at Echo Lake in Pascoag RI. Team format $100.00/TEAM. This tournament benefits local children and families in our Town.
  It will Begin at 7:00 AM and Finish at 2:00 PM. Standard Bass fishing rules will apply. Start will be at the State Ramp.

  100 % payout of all entry fees will be split between winners and the Charity. Any question, please call Gerry Fourrnier @ 401 568 3326.

 With consideration for time of year this will be a 5 fish tournament. Come on and see if you and your partner can find 5 big ones.


That's it Curt Thanks!

  I think there are about 14 - 15 boats in right now. Echo can be pretty good in spring. It's for a good cause too.

Thanks Bruce

 Still room in open tourney at Echo Lake in Pascoag R.I. 2 man format 8 fish limit. $125.00 per boat.

7:00 AM start - 2:00 PM. Shoot me an Email if interested. This is a benefit Tourney for a good cause.


Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports / Re: Pretty Good Opening Day
« on: April 21, 2011, 04:31:45 AM »
Nice Pics Mike. Always a great day of fishing while out with Tommy. Hope I get out there once or twice as The Q is a great fishery. My personal best for 5 fish came from there a few years back while fishing with Tom.

Bruce :D

Hey Guys,

   Would like to invite you to open tourney at Echo Lake in Pascoag RI. It is being held on 5/21/11  7:00 am - 2:00 pm.
   125.00 per boat. 2 man team event. 8 bass creel. 30 boat max. 1st 30 checks in are in. It's a benefit tourney with a total of

    2000.00 in prize money if we have a full field.  If interested send me an email and I'll send you the contact info and rules.
The permit is pulled and it should be a good time for a good cause.  The benefit is for the "Between the Cracks" organization which helps out children and families in need in our Town.

Thanks Bruce  :D

Boating Forum / Re:Boat Shopping
« on: December 26, 2007, 09:49:00 AM »
  Hey Curt,

   My brother-in law purchased the tournament v 18 boat and I have fished on it a few times. Nice comfortable boat. Very large front deck. It's powered with a 115 optimax and a 71# front troller. Takes chop on big Lakes well. Very stable fishing platform.

 I have a 2002 tracker proteam 18'. with a 90 2 stroke.
Good boat ,but the tournament v 18 is wider and heavier. Front is bigger then mine ,but the rear fishing area is maybe alittle smaller.

  That will be my next boat unless something else comes up tween now and then.

  hope this helps :)

The Hawg Forum / Re:Merry Christmas!
« on: December 21, 2006, 05:29:29 PM »
Same to you Curt,

  Nice card. Merry Christmas to all!!


« on: September 03, 2006, 08:34:58 PM »
dito on that, I broke off the direction disc on top of my motorguide and called and talked to Jim who had to research part #. called me back< 5 minutes and I had the part in 2 days. They know trolling motors.


The Hawg Forum / Re:Wequaquett
« on: September 03, 2006, 07:58:26 AM »
 This is a very good smallie and LM lake. Lots of different cover.  Our club has this on it's tournament list every year and it usually produces are best weights of the year.

 Early in AM Sammys on top can be very productive out on some of the long points. Long casts are needed. Senkos, (wackey and drop shot) are very good also.

  Lots of water to cover and lots of different spots to hit so don't spend to much time in one spot if no action, But if you do find a good one  especially on a deep point they can produce all day, just keep working around with
deep slow baits.

 Hope that helps.

Tight Lines to you


The Hawg Forum / Re:Ruthless Time Management
« on: September 03, 2006, 07:47:32 AM »
Great way to find new spots also. Winnie is huge and the more spots you have the better your chances of winning some cash. Been going there for 15 years and still find something new each time.


Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports / Squam Lake Tourney
« on: August 27, 2006, 07:38:30 AM »
Hey Guys,

  Had a Tournry up at Sqaum Lake on Sat. 08/19/06.
I had not been on the lake for 5 years, but man what a beutiful body of water. Weather was perfect for for fishing with overcast sky most of day and very light wind. This lake has all types of cover to fish, wood, weed beds, humps,  boulder fields, pads, you name it.

 Primarily a smallmouth fishery, but some very decent LM can be had. Be sure to read your map as there are many areas with submerged lower end busters.

  Well anyway, with it being primarily smallies the winning weight was only 13.45 lbs. But every angler I believe came in with a full 5 fish bag, many of which were culling a good part of the day. Nice football chunks.

 Lunker for day was a LM just over 5 #.  

 Baits that seemed to work were Tubes and drop shot rigs in the watermeion or green pumpkin color schemes.
Had many top water (sammy) strickes, but only one hookup. They seemed to just be wacking it instaed of eating it.

Most of  My fish I got in 15 - 25 feet of water off points.

 So if you get a chance, it is a great fishery and not to bad a ride. aprox. 3 hrs non-stop.

Heading back up this week with my wife for a few days to see if the bite is still on.

Tight Lines All


The Hawg Forum / Re:Boats
« on: August 17, 2006, 06:11:52 PM »
Hey Guys,

   Ive fished both and been in three different clubs and you know what??  Weather it be aluminum or glass it's all about the fishing for me. But I do aggree the aluminum boat hulls have come a long way. I've been out on big water (Champlain & Winnie) with some big glass boats that pounded me much mor then my 18.5
revolution hull tracker that I use now. Plus you can get in those rock and smallie infested waters with em.

tight lines all
Bruce RI

Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports / Re:Wallum Lake RI
« on: April 19, 2006, 05:01:46 AM »
Wallum takes quite awhile to warm up. deep pond.

« on: February 09, 2006, 06:30:00 PM »

When all else fails.  Dynomite
 ;D ;D ;D

The Hawg Forum / Re:New Boat
« on: February 09, 2006, 06:28:21 PM »

Best of luck with it Joe.


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