Quick early trip to Spy pond. 1st time this year. Disappointed that it was pretty dirty (lot of beer bottles and trash thrown about.) Might be my last trip there because of it. Anyway brought shiners up for the first time just to see what bites. Caught about a pounder on one and one a little bigger on a black worm with yellow tip (forget the brand, sorry.) also pulled in a few crappies, one picture worthy size.
Went to Spy today and didn't think it was that nasty. I did see multiple hub caps, and some beer bottles in the water. Looked like the place could be pretty good spot. Not much action mid-day today. Saw a TON of small bass and sunnies so pond seems healthy. A lot of downed trees that looked like bass heaven, but no big guys today.
My wife and I just found this new pond only accessible by foot. Beautiful place loaded with bass but the 2 access points I've see were loaded with beer cans, fishing line and D&D. Went back the next day with a trash bag and picked up. Don't give up, pick up after the fools and pass the word, PICK UP AFTER YOURSELF. DONT SH** WHERE YOU EAT! :)
Thanks guys! I always do well there. Decent size bass each trip. Still haven't pulled in the big one. Also see carp all the time but forget my bread lol. I was just disappointed in how dirty it was compared to the last 2 years.
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