skipped work for a day on the charles, took a newbie this time, most fish he ever caught , he still beat me, 31 - 13. it was the best watching someone new to this extreme game catch some of the biggest fish of his life, we spent 7 hours out there today, sunburn was worth it, my buddy matt drove an hour and a half from conn. to get to my house, i was worried that the fish would not be biting, but a usual the charles very rarly dissapoints.. it was funny that he said he never thought he would have to use his boga grip on a freshwater bass, all of the big fish came after the shallow to the drop off end. and the river is very low , so watch out . and bring a push pole...... i caught a couple of nice fish but matt has them on his camera , so i will post the photos that i took of him.
i think he is hooked! i told him to look at the site in conn. i think he cried all the way home,cuz i made him leave, he did not want to leave the river, he thought its like a one time thing, i had to tell him this happens almost every day, its just great to see him catch all those fish!
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