Wanted to fish in the rain this morning, so I headed to the Hale Reservation. I've had good luck at Starrow Pond lately, and I figured the rain and cooler water would bring the bass more shallow. It did. I was there maybe an hour, caught two keepers, a dinker, and had a few other bites I didn't hook up. YAMAMOTO SENKOS - black with red flakes. I stress the brand. It's worth the extra cash.
Hey Jesse, from 109 in Westwood, turn onto High Rock (only one way to turn) then make a right on Dover Rd. Follow that to Carby St and go left. Follow Carby into the reservation and keep following the road. A little ways in is a split thing that says keep right. Soon after is a single gravel parking space where the road curves next to a small stone building. Park and follow the dirt road downhill and to the right. Follow the trail about 1/4 mile and you will hit the pond. Several fantastic shore spots, never other people.
very nice. I was also at Hale today fishing the larger pond, Noannet. The fish were definitely biting. I caught 7 bass, 4 were keepers and I had a giant bass snag me in the rocks. I've fished storrow before, but I'm skeptical that there's anything all that big in there. What's the biggest you've caught there?
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