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The Hawg Forum / Re: Toad Hunter isolation challenge
« on: March 30, 2020, 09:58:02 AM »
This was my first Bass of 2020. Cruising around up shallow! Caught him in CT on probably my favorite springtime Bait, the Bladed Jig!

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The Hawg Forum / Re: Toad Hunter isolation challenge
« on: March 29, 2020, 01:27:10 PM »
I was out Yesterday and got a fish I didnt weigh! I was out friday and caught 1 toothy critter. Yesterday the fish I caught was maybe 1 1/2. Only a few fish up shallow. We couldnt get any of the fish in 15FOW to commit.

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The Hawg Forum / Re: CT Opening Day Launched Early
« on: March 26, 2020, 02:28:45 PM »
It clearly states in the article that all licensing and rules remain in effect!   They won't give up that money...

Hey, I can dream right????  ;D ;D ;D

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The Hawg Forum / Re: CT Opening Day Launched Early
« on: March 25, 2020, 11:22:31 AM »
I am still holding out to get my CT Licence to see if they dont require one! If I can save myself $50 then I am all for it! Im sure RI will open the lakes either today or very soon since there is a lot of overlap between RI and CT.

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The Hawg Forum / Re: Free fishing in Maine
« on: March 23, 2020, 11:42:40 AM »
I am hearing some rumors that there will be no requirement for RI either. I dont know how they can do that, since people on opening day of trout season are normally shoulder to shoulder. Anyways, I am holding out on getting my Ct licence for an extra $50 and the $20 boat tag for aquatic species whatever! Maybe save a few bucks hopefully.

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The Hawg Forum / Re: Opening Day?
« on: March 19, 2020, 08:12:46 PM »
Thats a thought. Especially places like Carolina Trout Pond, that place you can barely cast on opening day. I guess that would be the best way is closing all trout fishing for opening day. Kind of stinks for us bass guys if they don't open trout lakes, but luckily a lot of the lakes that are big enough for bass boats aren't stocked with trout.

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Boating Forum / Re: Tow vehicle going down at the ramp
« on: March 13, 2020, 01:18:03 PM »
Cherokees are notoriously known for the rear brakes, and the emergency brake not working all that well. Mine do, after I fixed the adjuster, and the E brake cable in the rear drums but the E brake, is a bit less of what is supposed to be there. Sadly, by the end of summer I think ill have to give up on it and let someone else deal with it. I need a Pickup, and id really like something more reliable. Ive had it since 2015. Just a bit hard to get rid of a vehicle you have had for a long time and has treated you well.

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The Hawg Forum / Re: Please Do This Right Away!
« on: March 11, 2020, 09:36:57 PM »
Done! Had to get on my computer to do this. My phone didn't want to bring it up.

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The Hawg Forum / Jimmy Houston March 21 Thayers Marine
« on: March 10, 2020, 04:29:45 PM »
Hey all. My buddy just got a boat from Thayers marine a few weeks back. When I went to initially check it out with him I saw that Jimmy Houston will be there on the 21st! I may go with my buddy, to see if we can find any deals on some tackle they have. Decent little selection of rods, reels, line baits and tackle there. Not just boat stuff if you havent gone.

Figured it would be pretty cool to meet one of the pioneers of the bass fishing sport!

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The Hawg Forum / Re: New boating law for 2020
« on: March 07, 2020, 06:13:48 PM »
@metz12 I'm pretty sure those floating mats were due to the fact that they had sprayed the lake to kill weeds a week or so prior to the tourney.  :nod:

That makes sense!!  :facepalm: :facepalm:

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The Hawg Forum / Re: Curse of the Jerkbait
« on: March 07, 2020, 09:42:32 AM »
The Yellow Perch at Echo Lake go nuts for Jerkbaits! My buddy put on a clinic of perch on a jerkbait on the back of my boat one day. I wanted to throw that rod in the water so he would put the thing down!

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The Hawg Forum / Re: New boating law for 2020
« on: March 06, 2020, 05:35:27 PM »
Exactly!

Most of the lakes in CT are well kept. My first year fishing SRIBA in 2018, we went to one lake in CT and the grass was TERRIBLE. Floating islands of nasty dead stuff. Not sure what it was. It was bad, could hardly throw a Spinnerbait.

Last year they obviously shocked the lake, because it was much better. I actually got 2nd place on a Spinnerbait, and Bladed Jig  ;D But I think that was more for the visitors and tourists in the area to not see the unsightly grass mats.

I mean there isnt anything I can do about it complaining. Just have to swallow my pride and fork over the 20 bucks with my tail between my legs.

Like you said @Brazzy If flipping the Milfoil at Candlewood is what you say it is, then I would rather just not even them touch it. That is one Lake I am going to hit this year. Be it on someones boat, or a guide trip Id like to get over there.


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The Hawg Forum / Re: New boating law for 2020
« on: March 05, 2020, 06:00:52 PM »
I went to an Outdoor show at Mohegan Sun a couple of weeks back. CT DEEP was there, and I talked with him about this. He almost seemed excited to tell me that I had to pay an extra 20 bucks for my boat to fish in CT. I asked what the money was going to be used for if it was for treating waterways with weed killer, or an inspector at a ramp. His reply was that it would be for various weed killer, and Research on the species. Honestly I think its just another way for CT Deep to make a few extra bucks on the Out of Staters. From what I have seen they already seem to take care of their fisheries a lot more then RI does.

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Regional Bass Fishing Tournament Listings / Re: wednesday night trail
« on: February 29, 2020, 11:49:04 AM »
I would like to get to a couple of these too. Hopefully I can get to some!

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The Hawg Forum / Re: Scratched the itch today!
« on: February 25, 2020, 09:32:13 AM »
A buddy of mine and I hit Watchaug Yesterday, on his new to him ranger. We marked a ton of fish but couldn't get anything to commit. Water temps where ranging from 38-41 at the highest. We didnt fish too many pickerely areas so no toothy critters, but I was sure we would run across a crappie or 2. But hey it was nice to get out on the water and wet a line.

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