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Slamming 'em at Storrow
Avg. Rating: 5
# Reviews: 4
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Hale Reservation, Westwood
5/24/2015

I went back to Hale Reservation today with my brother and my dad to go for stocked rainbows. We hit up Storrow Pond, as they just stocked it last week. When we got there, they were feeding off the top, and I knew it would be a good morning. My dad starting off with two average-sized rainbows on spoons, then I got one on floating salmon eggs on an egg sinker rig. After that, my dad got another one on a spoon, as well as a couple little larries. I caught another rainbow, surprisingly on a spoon that was tied directly to thick braid, as I switched to try for bass. I lent my brother my egg sinker rigged rod and he got hi first rainbow ever. We also caught a million sunfish with inchworms when the trout bite was slow, and another guy that was their caught a nice Crappie, maybe 11 inches. After that, we tried out Buckmaster but got skunked. Still a great day in all, with six landed trout in total.

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USA Bassin' MA-1 Bass Tourney at Lake Nippenickett

Avg. Rating: 4.5
# Reviews: 2
Views: 1106
Lake Nippenickett, Bridgewater
5/9/2015

Me and my cousin went out on his new twelve foot jon boat for a bass tournament in Bridgewater at Lake Nippenickett. There were 13 boats including us. I started off with a miniscule bass in the first hour, but we didn't catch a thing the rest of the day. Other guys got some pretty big ones, but we basically got skunked.

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Things are finally picking up
Avg. Rating: 4
# Reviews: 1
Views: 599
Weymouth Great Pond, Weymouth
5/7/2015

Hit Weymouth Great Pond for an hour today with my dad. The bite was so much better than last time when we went two weeks before. I got a two pound largemouth, my first fish on my new baitcaster, and my dad got a couple little ones and some other bites. Things are starting to pick up guys!
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Skunked at Sunset
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Sunset Lake, Braintree
5/1/2015

Went to local sunset lake today because it just got trout stocked this week. We threw out rigs but got totally skunked. Probably because we went in the middle of the afternoon.
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First Rainbow Trout ever at Houghtons Pond!!!!

Avg. Rating: 4.2
# Reviews: 5
Views: 3244
Houghtons Pond, Milton
I went to Houghtons Pond today with my father and brother at about 7:30 this morning. I was thowing out a slip rig with an egg sinker and using powerbait. Nothing was biting until I replaced the powerbait with floating artificial salmon eggs that I found and decided to try. While I was tying a spoon on my other rod, I kept hearing splashes to my back, but thought it was someone just casting. I eventually decided to check my line, which had not moved, and instantly saw the trout and began the short fight to get him to shore. We didn't weigh him, but the trout ended up measuring 15 inches, a decent fish. I was super excited and released the fish after I removed the hook. He swam off alright and I went back to fishing.

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Midmorning Pickerel at Pond Meadow Park
Avg. Rating: 4.75
# Reviews: 4
Views: 984
Pond Meadow Park, Braintree
4/22/2015

This morning at about ten, I biked down to Pond Meadow Park in Braintree with my brother and my cousin for a little morning trip. Although I didn't catch anything, my brother managed to hook a little chain pickerel.

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Largemouth at sunset at Weymouth Great Pond

Avg. Rating: 4.5
# Reviews: 2
Views: 740
Weymouth Great Pond, Weymouth
4/21/2015

Earlier this evening I went out to Weymouth Great Pond with my dad. It was pretty slow but I hooked a small largemouth. It was pretty good for a quick evening trip.

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Light Ice Fishing at Cleveland Pond

Avg. Rating: 5
# Reviews: 3
Views: 853
Cleveland Pond, Abington
1/11/2015

Early this year I went ice fishing on Cleveland Pond in Abington with a couple family members and friends. We weren't catching them all over the place, but it was fun. We caught a bass and a pickerel, and after we left, a friend who stayed longer hooked a three pound bass. The pond is not very deep but extremely weedy, making it difficult to jig unless going weedless, but the day was still enjoyable.

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Need Summer!

Avg. Rating: 5
# Reviews: 1
Views: 4642
Richardi Reservoir, Braintree
While the fishing has been slow as usual now in early spring. I remember popping them almost everywhere I fished late last summer. Early last September, my dad and I decided to try Richardi reservoir in Braintree. The place has been replaced with a new reservoir but is still great to fish. Around late summer, a lot of the water has dried up at this reservoir, leaving a lot of the lake bed accessible to walk on. Although the more shallow areas become void of water by this point, the pond's deep pockets are still full of water. Having nowhere else to go, the fish are all focused in this area, as well, as you can probably imagine. We found a good pocket and spread out, throwing simple shiner-bobber rigs. A few casts in, I hooked the first fish of the day, a jumbo yellow perch. After that, we began hitting them left and right. The highlights of the day happened when I caught a nice largemouth bass that I estimated was about four pounds, and when my dad nailed an almost pike-sized pickerel. We probably caught a total of around 15 fish that day, including many different species. The reservoir has since filled up again from rain and snowmelt, but is still fishable. I assume it will dry up again during the summer like it has in the past.

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My First Open Water Fish of 2015

Avg. Rating: 5
# Reviews: 3
Views: 1383
Hale Reservation, Westwood
4/17/2015

My dad and I decided to take a trip to Hale Reservation in Westwood for our first open water fishing trip of the year. At Hale Reservation, there are three bodies of water known as Powissett Pond, Noanet Pond, and Storrow Pond. We checked out Storrow Pond first, which is known as the "trout pond," since they stock it every year. Although the pond was beautiful and out of the way of people and noise, I only managed to hook a tree, having to cut my line and sacrifice my Rooster Tail. We moved on to Noanet Pond, the biggest of the three. In the relatively shallow water, I was throwing a floating Rapala minnow, while my dad used a Daredevle spoon. My dad got a nibble on his spoon so I switched to a yellow and red dardevle. After only a few casts, I hooked up with my first open water fish of the year, a largemouth bass weighing a pound or so. Although I only caught the one fish, it was a good day of fishing.

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