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MaineBassMan

Getting The Cobwebs Out

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This is the earlies that I've ever been able to go fishing in Maine. There was still ice covering a quarter of the lake. Got to check out the new electronics side/down imaging, very cool. My father actually caught the first smallmouth of the year. I caught the first pickeral, lol. I have the biggest smallmouth so far this year at 3lbs 04oz, (won't Last very long). I lost another one that was around four pounds, barely had him hooked in the thin skin around the mouth. It was beautiful out there to say the least. If the temps stay up this weekend should be really good. It was a balmy 59 degrees today!!

Only a few fish but boy it felt great, and I can't believe that my three pound smally actual jumped twice today even in this cold water.

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What this toothy thing? lol

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NOTICE THE SNOW AND ICE AROUND THE SHORE

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Awesome! It is a very unusual year, weather wise, that's for sure.

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Nice first outing. I love those cold water smallies that are too fat to clear the water. They just waddle half way out.

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Dwight, do you recognize that jerk bait?

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Dwight, do you recognize that jerk bait?

Yes it looked pretty fimiliar.

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Nice Smallies! I can't believe we're fishing here in Mass and the water temps are already in the upper 40's low 50's

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That's a beautiful fish. It's going to snow here tonight and my mom has 7 inches since 0700 this morning. Our temps are 20 degrees below average. I'm about to be jealous. Good job.

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