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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.


 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.


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

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


Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports / Wakefield pond
« on: October 10, 2005, 06:18:44 PM »
wakefield pond
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
water temp 62-63
rain and light wind

Went out with a friend of mine today for some wet fishing. First we met at Pascoag Resevoir, but there was a Tourney going on so we opted to go over to Wakefield pond up near Buck hill. Good decision. We had the pond to ourselves (it's a small pond) I'd guess 30 -40 acres.

 Must have caught 15 bass and quite a few pickeral. The largest which was at least 4 spit the worm at the boat.

 Not a bad day as long as you had good rain gear.

 My friend just got back from Irac and has been there for just about all the fishoing season so he really seemed to enjoy the trip. nice to be able to get out with him and have a good day.

 Water's not hard yet so get out. It's a looooong winter.

 Bruce RI

  oh I almost forgot. green pumkin PAULE worms and watermelon tubes seemed to be the ticket.

tight lines all and if anyone on this board was at that tourney in Pascoag I would love to here how the bite was there today.

Boating Forum / trailer wheel bearings
« on: August 10, 2005, 06:20:06 PM »
Hello all,

 Just replaced my trailer tires because of bad wear pattern. The guy at the store told me it looked like one of my wheel bearings could have been the problem.

 I'm pretty handy, but havre never replaced a wheel bearing. Has anyone here ever done this amd if so is it a relativly easy process.

 I know I can get the bearing kits through Pro Bass, but would I just be better off brining it to a garage??

 Thanks in advance for your help

The Hawg Forum / Lake Congamond
« on: August 01, 2005, 06:48:35 PM »
Hello All,

 Was wondering if anyone here has been to Lake Congamond. Have a club Tourney There this weekend and have never been there. Going up this Friday to pre- fish, but any pointers ie.. locations, baits that have worked for you would be appreciated.

Thanks BP RI :)

Northeast U.S. Fishing Reports / Whitehall Resevoir
« on: June 25, 2005, 06:13:25 PM »
Hello All,

 I fished in a small tourney at Whitehall Resevoir tody.

 Water temp - 72 - 75

 Wind  -  light 5 - 10

 Sunny and getting hot. Bout 90 f. when pulling out at 12:00.

 Lots of small just keepers, but largest out of 12 of us was only 2# 3ozs.

  Great looking cover (weed and wood, but NO Large Fish.

 Has anyone been there and did any of you have any luck with larger fish ???

 By the way  12 # 4 ozs with 10 fish won . I think the fish have been genetically cloned !!!!

 Bruce ri

Hello All,

 Looking for a new body of water to fish up north (NH,VT,ME) for a 4 day trip with our usual 6-8 guys.
We have been to Winnie,Squam, Umbagog ,Sebago
but are looking for somthing new. Any suggestions would be appreciated. We always go up week before
Memorial day.

Thanks Bruce

Boating Forum / switching 12 volt motor with 24 volt
« on: January 22, 2005, 09:35:20 AM »
hello all,

 Hope someone can confirm what I think is the correct answer on this one. I have a 2000 tracker pro 185 that came with a 46# thrust motorguide on front. Works great and never had any major problems thus far, but would like to upgrade to 24 volt 60 - 70 # thrust  to be able to hold on those windy spinnerbait points.

 Now here's the quetion. I have 2 positive and 2 negative terminals coming to battery compartment from the trolling motor. I believe the boat came  12/24 volt ready. I currently attach both positives and both negatives to one battery. For 24 volt is it just a matter of connecting the terminals to 2 batteries??? And then changing the receptical to match new motor??

  Any help would be appreciated. Also any motor suggestions. I've used Motorguide for the past 15 years or so, but I've been hearing alot of good reviews on Minniekotas as of late.

  Thanks Bruce :)

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