My Buddy Brian met me over at Copicut today. I waited for him for a while, casting my deep diver, red devil, and white Strike King lures. I had a nightcrawler out on a bobber. I was on the rocky side here, and had no action. After Brian got there we moved to another spot that was more secluded and less rocky. We used shiners attatched to bobbers, all the while I used a couple other poles and played around with my baby brush hog, Gulp smelt on a carolina rig, and a few others. Beautiful day, relaxing and fun, Brian and I caught up on how things were going, and before you know it I had the first Pickerel on my line that I ever caught. I was beautiful, big, and about two feet I gather, weighed a couple pounds by my estimation. Then a while later Brian caught his Chain Pickerel, roughly the same size or the same one. We didn't stay much longer cause it was getting late and we had to go home. Fantastic day!
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