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Username: creaturefiend
First Name: nate
Last Name: goodwin
Member Since: 03/29/11 06:46 PM
Last Login: 03/19/15 04:43 PM
Profile Views: 9459
City: kingston
State: Massachusetts
Country: USA
Interests: bass
About Me: sponsors- Samatis baits, darks side reelz, boag hog jigs, expert tungsten, bostonian barber shop, Gladiator training grounds
Favorite Fish
to Catch:
largemouth smallmouth stripers
Favorite Type
of Fishing:
power fishing
Water Type: Freshwater
Favorite Lures: Pitching creature baits frogs
Fishing Rods: 3 elite F/S
2 falcon bucoo micros
1 falcon jason christy
1 duckett micro magic
1 duckett ghost
Fishing Reels: lews S/S
2 lews S/S lfs
lews S/S carbon fire
quantum kinetic P/T
quantum escalade HD
quantum code
Fishing Techniques: Pitching cover, skipping docks, throwing a frog
Favorite Fishing Spot: oldham pond, billington sea little long pond

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oldham slaughter

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oldham pond pembroke

started 630 an ended around 3-30ish water temp low 80s water in its usual oldham crystal clear state ;) and windy as all hell. bite start pretty good, james got the first one on the board around 2+lbs off a dock using a black n blue trigger craw. i caught my first couple on a black n blue chatter bait then would switch back n forth with a pit boss for the remainder of the day. for the first time for james being in oldham we didn't plane out for the sake of his new boat cuz we all know how scary oldham can be if you don't know the place well. thank god no major accidents , did hit ground a few times but no damage. james's son hooked into a solid 3 1/2 lbers off a rocky shoal past the island we caught a few fish here n there on chatter baits around the several different shoals in the pond. we even tried frogs in the back pads but only one good 3-4lb fish that exploded on james's frog. so once again back to skipping docks with creature baits which still produced great fish. we didnt weigh anything cuz we were too busy catching fish but id say a 5 fish limit to around 15-16lbs it literally was a war of 3 to 31/2lb fish james got lunker kinda wish we weighed it id say just under 4 all in all great day of fishing with 20+ fish caught ill take it we even had time to go swimming for a bit

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furnace pond/great herring

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jamesd got the new nitro z7 so of course we had to go out n give it a run for its money. we started out at furnace pond in pembroke looking for another awesome outing like like last week. much sunnier then we expected water in the 69-70 range water being its usual oldham/furnace stained water. nothing on frogs or spinnerbait, all 10-15 fish were caught on senkos and green pumpkin/purple flake pit bosses. some decent fish caught 5 fish bag around 10-11lbs. james's son turned out to have lunker of the day around 3-31/2lbs. all fish came within 5 ft of the lily pads but nothing in the pads. once we loaded up the nitro we headed to great herring most fish caught on the drop offs on the drop shot rig a first for me james and jayden (can you believe a 8 year old slaying smallies with a drop shot!)another 10-15 fish mostly small 5 fish bag for maybe 6lbs one huggge pickerel on a baby brush hawg close to 4lbs all in all great day on the water with great people and a great new boat

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furnace pond domination

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# Reviews: 14
Views: 1342
furnace pond pembroke ma

hit furnace pond in pembroke today with jamesd , weather was cloudy and cold in the am turning to wind and blue bird skies in the afternoon water temp 67-68 depending on where in the pond we were. as james was parking the truck i was already getting bit on a frog pretty funny seeing as james hadn't even gotten out of the truck yet lol. i caught them on everything today frog, spinnerbait, creature bait and jig james got all his on a senko and spinnerbait one fat perch on a jerkbait. the senko was on fire but i couldn't for the life of me get one on it. periodic times of no fish then bang bang (lol) fish after fish all in all we got around 30 fish lunker was around 4lbs

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pulled this one out of thin air lol
07/13/14 04:13 PM

one and only frog fish well worked for
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most fish in this size range
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05/31/11 09:17 PM
Quote: "hi, i was wondering if you knew any spots to surf cast from in plymouth? and what should i be throwing plugs cut bait jigs?

thanks any info would be awesome


Hey Nate,

I love fishing the Plymouth coastline. I actually grew up in Sagamore Beach, right down the shore a bit from Plymouth.

Center Hill point/preserve is one of my favorite beaches to fish. It's remote, scenic, and has easy access. The town just put in a dirt parking lot, a boardwalk, and widened the path to the beach. The path meanders through the woods and some marshland, and is a great place to take the dog or the family for a walk.

When fishing from the shore, I've had the best success in the hours around high tide. Get there on a nice calm morning, when the tide's high around sunrise, and you may be happily surprised
with the size of some of the fish in there.

I know a guy who caught a 60 pound bass trolling a Rapala plug just offshore the coast in that general area.

The shore at Center Hill is covered with enormous boulders, so it's hard to fish there at low tide, unless you're up for swimming out to exposed rocks and casting from there.

When you exit the path onto the beach, head left (north) to the Point and fish around the exposed boulders. You can also head left (south) along the beach, however the property owner who lives on the southern side of the cove can be a real pain the a$$.

Center Hill is just north of Ellisville Harbor, which is also a great place to wet a line.

Are you familiar with either of these places? They're both located in southern Plymouth, just before Cedarville if you're headed south on Rte. 3A

Both spots require a little walking to be successful, however its well worth it in my book. You'll have plenty of elbow room and a beautiful beach all to yourself.

I like to throw pencil poppers and other topwater lures and soft plastics at Center Hill. Live eels have also worked well for me, just don't let them swim down, as they'll bury themselves amongst the boulders.

Hope this helps. There's plenty of good shore spots in the Plymouth, Bourne, Sandwich area. Happy to help out just let me know.

Tight lines,


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