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Hello all from NH! A little about myself...I have been fishing for 18 years (since I was 10), though it is something that I am really just getting back into. Since I graduated from school in 2012 I have been fishing maybe a handful of times a year, and most of my fishing time was spent just trying to catch anything. In the last few months I started targeting bass and surprise surprise...I caught more fish. As they say the bug has bit and I have been out almost everyweekend in the last couple months on local ponds. I live across the street from Rocky Pond in Canterbury NH which always provides some good entertainment. My biggest has been under 2 lbs, but still learning amd still fishing. Pretty much all of my fishing is done out of a 12' Old Town Dirigo Angler.

 

About me personally - I am married with a 1.5 month old daughter, 1 dog, 1 cat, 1 snake. My other interest is cars - I have a 5th gen camaro which is always fun. It always runs great and car parts are not a priority so I dont work on it much, but still enjoy cleaning it up and driving around. I am a CPA with a firm in Manchester NH, and have spent most of the last 6 years working with small to large businesses and their owners. 

 

I look forward to being a part of the forum, continuing to learn, and catching more fish!

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Hello and Welcome to Bass Resource ~ 

Nice Intro.

:smiley:

A-Jay

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Welcome aboard! Another snake guy! :) 

 

I'm down from over 20 to just 3, a black rat snake, and

two of her hybrid children (black rat + corn).

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Welcome to BR!

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26 minutes ago, Darren. said:

Welcome aboard! Another snake guy! :) 

 

I'm down from over 20 to just 3, a black rat snake, and

two of her hybrid children (black rat + corn).

Thanks!

 

20 would keep you busy, and certainly would give you a bit of an electric bill!

Only one for us - a now 6 year old bumblebee ball python. She is pretty relaxed and is good with anything. I always tell people it is even easier than a fish - if you have everything on timers, you can literally leave her for a month except swapping out water and she'll be just as happy. Besides - how many other pets can you feed just once a month?

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Howdy Neighbor,

 

I grew up in Manchester and live near Squam.....If you ever want to fish “Golden Pond”,I’m your huckleberry 

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welcome aboard

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24 minutes ago, NH-Fishin said:

Thanks!

 

20 would keep you busy, and certainly would give you a bit of an electric bill!

Only one for us - a now 6 year old bumblebee ball python. She is pretty relaxed and is good with anything. I always tell people it is even easier than a fish - if you have everything on timers, you can literally leave her for a month except swapping out water and she'll be just as happy. Besides - how many other pets can you feed just once a month?

We did the ball python thing, had a bumblebee, some het pied 50%.

They are super easy. My brother now has our pythons and several of

the hybrids. Just got too expensive both $ and time, so we pared down.

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Just now, Darren. said:

We did the ball python thing, had a bumblebee, some het pied 50%.

They are super easy. My brother now has our pythons and several of

the hybrids. Just got too expensive both $ and time, so we pared down.

I can believe it - 1 is simple and cheap, 20 would add up quick. 

 

24 minutes ago, NHBull said:

Howdy Neighbor,

 

I grew up in Manchester and live near Squam.....If you ever want to fish “Golden Pond”,I’m your huckleberry 

Sounds good, I appreciate the offer.  Any thoughts on a good place to launch / fish from a kayak there? I have been avoiding larger bodies of water due to the difficulty in really getting to explore such a large size from a kayak. I went fishing a couple times on Squam with my grandfather probably 10 years ago in his Lund Alaskan, but that has been about it.

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Hello and welcome to the forum. I don't want any part of your snakes.

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Welcome to the forum

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Welcome! :)

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Howdy from NW Louisiana and welcome to our fishing family! 😎

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Hello and Welcome! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mike 

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Welcome home! We're glad you're here.

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Welcome.

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Welcome!

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Hello and welcome to BR

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Welcome to the forum. It's as addictive as fishing.

 

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Welcome to BR

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Welcome Home! We're glad you're here.

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