Whats up boys its been a long winter and im sure everyone is enjoying their time on the water.The last 2 weeks water temps have changed by 20 degrees and finally for us the big bite has been on. The last few trips of fishing have been good unfortunately i lost a 5+large and about a 4lb smallie today which is a s***ty but i did managea 5lb 2oz larry so not so bad.Matty morefish got a 5lb 8oz and a 4lb 1oz largemouth also the same day .It was his first fish of the day lol i cant say nothing last year i got my PB 6lb 5oz my first fish of the day good start!!!.Which leads me to what happened today.We bring Eddie V. with us today and last time he was out with us i got a 6-4 and a 5 even.This time Bobby pulls a 6lb 14oz slob I took a few pics of this fish and will throw in a few of the others from the trips with Kev and Jimmy hope you guys enjoy.To see what lurks in those waters keeps me fishing everyday!! See ya on the water
Wow good lookin bunch of fish there...cape ponds? I don't ask exact locations because I will not be responsible for spot burning but just inquiring the area...I mainly fish the south shore but I do have a couple prime hawg holes... One gave up a 20lb bag this spring with about 50 or so bass in total that day.. I'm always down for new fishing buddies lemme know if guys are ever down to link up.. Sure looks like you fellas know what you're doing
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