So a group of us got together this past Saturday for another MAFF tournament. Tom's trail has ended but we wanted to get one more in, so we went back to Robbins Pond/Stump Pond for a third time this year.
This is my all-time favorite local pond. Just not this day. I caught two bass, both coming in the last hour. Not a good day at all. Though I did win lunker pickerel, so I guess that helped ease the pain of disappointment. Haha.
Anyway, it was a good day for some, not so good for others (especially brownie, who lost a rod). This is how it played out:
I had a tough day of fishing, but still had a good time. First time seeing this place, ended up with two bass, 1.32,the other was a short. Couple pickeral took swipes at the Super Spook, but missed. Thanks Ken, and I'm up for another!
It was cold and the bite was tough! I didn't have a keeper til 9:30 and the other 5 were caught between 11-12:00. I fished this place very small and slow,l caught 5 outta 6 keepers within 25 yards of each other.I tried lots of things that didn't work and ended up catching everything on Texas Rigged Stick-O Worms in the offshore isolated Lilly pad clumps.I had a few piks chase a spinnerbait but only hooked 1 on a worm, it broke off next too my yak( it was a beast)
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