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First cast, first brown trout Details
Name:First cast, first brown trout
Created By:newenglandangler
Details:So due to the nice weather, I decided to take a trip to Houghton's with my grandfather to see if we could catch a trout or two. We were using shiners for bait. We got down to the pond at about 11am. I cast out at about 20 feet to start, and a fish immediately hit my shiner. It turned out to be a 14 inch brown trout. I wanted to film it, but I brought it inshore pretty fast so I couldn't. I kept the fish and ate it the following night (it was very tasty!). I also hooked a baby pickerel, but it jumped and got off. All in all, a great day on the water.
Location:Houghton's Pond Milton, MA
Trip Date:3/31/2016
# of Hotspots:1
Hotspot Details: 1. Nice little trout spot Details: Hide
# of Fish Caught:1
Water Type:freshwater
Type of Fish:Brown Trout
Fish Length (Avg):14 inches
Fish Length (Max):14 inches
Fish Weight (Avg):1 lbs. 2 oz.
Fish Weight (Max):1 lbs. 2 oz.
Bait Type:Live Bait (Other)
Bait Details:Fished a shiner two feet below a float.
Location Details:Small hill comes down to an opening where you can fish. There is a big rock here for fish to hide under, so cast near there.
# of Photos:1
# of Fish Caught:1
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Last review was on 04/09/16 01:00 PM by baystateangler

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Date Updated:04/05/16 08:52 PM
Date Created:04/05/16 08:52 PM

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