Team Beaver Fever had their first outing this past Sunday at Nippenicket. Got to the ramp around 7:30 to do a quick shakedown and gear check. Ended up spending about 5 hours on the water total, water temps were running 41.9 to 42.6 on the surface, water clarity was around 1-2 ft with some residual icebergs floating around in the back of coves. Spent the first 2 hours shaking off the boat's and gears cobwebs and marking structure, rock piles and the old shoreline with the HDS, as neither BangBang nor I have ever been there before. Ohh and if anyone is missing a 14' V-Hull we can show you where it is, bring your scuba gear!! Needless to say water was also 2-3' high it seemed, and not alot of activity, we did get one keeper (BARELY) in the boat. Came on a Bomber 4A crank in crawfish pattern off of the edge of an iceberg in approx 4' of water. Has several followers and a handful of missed strikes just couldn't get any others to commit! All in all thou a perfect first day, sun came out for awhile after a brief passing shower, and just being on the water was enough!!! Ill post a few shots as soon as I can!! Problem now is I'm already wanting to go again, see you all on the water!! [IMG]http://i1082.photobucket.com/albums/j376/bangbang2500/IMG00097-20110313-0905.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i1082.photobucket.com/albums/j376/bangbang2500/IMG00093-20110313-0829.jpg[/IMG]
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