Joel and I headed out to a little shore fishing spot, but with the yaks. Wind in Plymouth has been horrible for good shore fishing/boat so I haven't been able to hit any of my favorite spots. Although it was raining off and on there was little to no wind at the end of the work day so we went out.
We must've caught at least one of every species in this pond. Hooked a few Crappie 11-12 inchers, Got a random Yellow perch which we had never seen in this pond before, 2 Slime darts, a few modest sized Sunnies, and a handful of Bass- one of which being a good size to pull the yak around a but on the retrieve.
The Most random thing caught was a big Golden Shiner?! (by shiner standards). Joel was fishing rubber work wacky style and false hooked in on the retrieve. Never caught one before so it really confused us for a minute. So happy Spring is on its way- it was nice being out on the water when its glass with all the pan fish jumping around you after bugs. Hopefully the random cold weather is Over
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