Originally Posted by dstorm_88
Having been seeing the bass starting to hit the shallows, I decided it was time to give it a go and really fish for bass. I am a relatively new angler (started last years trout season), and have never just fished for bass. Usually sunfish, trout, and cats.
Did a lot of reading tips, lures, and everything I could find leading up to actually fishing for them, since I really didn't feel like getting skunked.
Originally Posted by Bighow104
My son finally got a chance to get in on the pond action!! After his 3 or 4th cast he landed this 10.5 in monster Bream! It was bigger than my personal best! I also caught a nice largemouth bass that was about 3 or 4lb. Once again everything was caught on Charlie Brewer's Slider's! lol
Originally Posted by Wardenwms
It's been too long since my last trip so I decided to try'em this morning. The wind blew 10-15 but we managed to find the fish. Ended the day with 65 flounder, 23 puppy drum and 3 specks. We found 4 keeper flounder in the mix and enjoyed the company of some friends. My buddies son had never caught a flounder before so he was pumped up with all the action. Short fish are still fun to catch. Water was 80 deg.
Originally Posted by 2840-FISH
Well guys, after having such a great day yesterday catching sheeps for only my second time, and bagging a few including a 7lb'r and a nice black drum, I just had to go back today and find out if I just got extremely lucky or if maybe, just maybe i might could catch a few more....or at least one, so i knew it wasnt just a fluke (no pun intended) Arose round 5am to go in search of some one-arm bandits, in the rain
Originally Posted by 1Brookie
Picked up a few decent smallie's today,along with a few redeyes and some brim.First fish of the day fell to a white spinnerbait right at daylight.
Switched over to a chartruse spinnerbait up in the morning and started catching redeyes and brim on it along with a few short smallies
Best fish of the day fell to