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Username: kjud29
First Name: Kevin
Last Name: Jud
Member Since: 02/11/12 10:00 AM
Last Login: 02/07/13 01:58 PM
Profile Views: 9508
State: Connecticut
Zip: 06037
Country: USA
Interests: Golf, physical fitness
About Me: I am an avid fisherman as well as a division 1 golfer for Central Connecticut State University.
Favorite Fish
to Catch:
Largemouth and smallmouth bass
Favorite Type
of Fishing:
spin rod, bait running
Water Type: Freshwater
Favorite Lures: buzzbait, fluke
Fishing Rods: St. Croix mojo bass wacky style
Fishing Reels: Shimano Symetre 3000 FJ
Fishing Techniques: Topwater at dusk, fish fluke/worm weedless around weeds/structure
Favorite Fishing Spot: Timberlin Res

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Kevin Jud's Trips

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The one that got away
Avg. Rating: 2
# Reviews: 1
Views: 3108
Timberlin Golf Course

My friend and I caught a few shiners and headed out to the local golf course pond. We did not have much luck with shiners so we were forced to keep one over 8 inches. The pond we fished was pretty small and I didn't think any fish would eat it. i threw the shiner out there with my bait caster and waited patiently. No longer than 5 minutes later my bobber was popping at the top of the water. A few seconds later the bobber went straight under. I picked up my pole and gave whatever was at the end of my line some extra line to run with so it could swallow the massive shiner. I decided it was time to set the hook so i reeled up the slack and proceeded to set the hook. As i set the hook my rod snapped in half!!! I couldn't believe it...ive never seen anything like that before. I looked at my friend in dis belief. I called that the one that got away.

Owe it to the crank bait
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Views: 2332

I went to a local golf course and threw out a KVD 2.5 sexy shad crank bait and caught my first bass of the season. It was about 50 degrees and the water must have been 40 degrees.

Shiner quest cont.
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Views: 2515
sage park pond

still no shiners but caught a little bass so not too bad. i am curious if shiners are always in a pond if carp occupy that pond.

Shiner Quest
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Views: 2423
2/12/2012 - 2/13/2012

Went out yesterday to find goldens. went to 3 different ponds in my home town and didn't have any luck.

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Kevin Jud's Photos

04/10/12 12:22 AM

first bass of 2012 off crank bait
03/05/12 06:09 PM

Avg. Rating: 5
# of Ratings: 1
# of Comments: 1
02/14/12 08:41 PM

02/11/12 10:59 AM

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Total Trips:4
Total Photos:8
Total Hotspots:0
Total Trip Reviews:0
Total Trip Comments:4
Total Location Reviews:0
Total Location Comments:0
Total Locations Added:0
Total Locations Edited:0
Total Message Board Posts:3
Total Species Comments:1
Total Species Recipes:0
Total Species Edited:0
Total Amenities Added:0
Total Amenities Edited:0

Total Overall Points:20

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