Lots of good bass in these trips. Most of the trips are Maspy but one is to Norton Res. Loved that place as for my first fish there I got a 2lbs 4oz largie immediately at like 5:30am and shortly after a 2lbs 7oz largie. Loved these 2 fish as they fought hard for their size.
One of the pics sadly is of around a 7lb bass that people fishing offshore killed and filleted (although I didn't see this) and left to rot (sad stuff). I am out here busting my butt to catch these beasts and they are killing them to eat them! It is extremely large and is thought to be possibly one of the fish Jeff may have caught last year! It was 3 times my foot (9 inches) which is 27 inches! You can see the huge spine and huge head and gills in the shot with my foot also.
The middle pictures (with a Bo-sox hat on) is of me when I went out with my sister and her family to Maspy on a paddle boat at a friends home they know. I got a 2lber that day and the kids had a blast seeing it and keeping it for like 3 minutes in a big pail that they had until it was safely released back. I handled it as I didn't trust the kids with it and may drop it. Also, I went back out and got a 2lb 7oz at Maspy that same day (pictured)
The end pic is of Carl with a 2lber he caught at JTR on the MA and RI border. This place sucks now and it was the spot where I caught my only 5lber ever.
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