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#1 Aug-30-09 5:34PM

bigjeffie
Patagonian Toothfish
Registered: Feb-24-09
Posts: 1365

lovettesville farm pond

had a good morning

caught around 30 bass
the best were a 2, a 2, and a 3.

my last fish was a 12# channel cat, that hit a 4" red senko rigged wacky.

i did well w/ sweet beavers, paca craws, and a drop shotted power worm.

i caught a monster bluegill on a 8" junebug u-tail.

very good day of fishing

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#2 Aug-30-09 6:08PM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
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Re: lovettesville farm pond

bigjeffie wrote:

my last fish was a 12# channel cat, that hit a 4" red senko rigged wack.

Related to Walter?

Nice fishing indeed.....


Time to go fishin' again!

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#3 Aug-30-09 9:17PM

bigjeffie
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Registered: Feb-24-09
Posts: 1365

Re: lovettesville farm pond

i was too tired to mention that the cat was caught on 6# line, on my 9' ultralight rod

this was the greatest fight of my freshwater career.

the cat made many deep and long runs

i was really beginning to wonder if i would ever land him.

the pond has an open bank, so i was able to walk along the shore and play him.

i backed the drag way off, and was finger braking him.

that big rod was doubled for a long, long time

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#4 Aug-31-09 5:56AM

bigjeffie
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Registered: Feb-24-09
Posts: 1365

Re: lovettesville farm pond

i went back at 11pm to try for a big bass

i was swimming a 3/8 crappie pattern jig, with a white zoom trick worm as a trailer

took a while to find a rythm.

when i cut the trailer down ti 5"., i started getting bit on a high trembling retrieve.

in 2.5 hrs i may have gotten 15 or 20, with a couple nice keepers, but no giants

night fishing is a good way to hone your jig skills.

kudos to trilene premium flouro, 12 #. excellent feel, no break offs, no re ties

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