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jeremy the lip ripper

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my name is jeremy, i am 21 years old. i started fishing as soon as i could hold a rod. i build houses with my father so i have almost every night open for fishing when im not with the little lady. my first year out of high school i fished for 153 days straight. i am having such a hard time finding a bass fishing club to join since i live in the carlisle, pa area. my goal for the year is to get my dads 23' stratos back on the water after 10 years of sitting in the garage... my personal best is 7lb 6oz largemouth, 5lb 5oz smallmouth, 5lb 9oz butterfly peacock bass, 24 inch trout on a fly and 31 3/4 inch walleye (batteries were dead on scale.. very upsetting).. other than fishing i hunt for everything and im on the slopes snowboarding during with winter when im not on the susquehanna. Happy fishing and Good hunting...

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Dude those are some serious fish.. that's awesome! Sometimes you need to drive to bass clubs. I was in one for a year and the drive was 1 1/2 hours. Meetings were once a month and we fished some awesome water. You may find that you can carpool which really helps out. You can also join some tourney trails such as the weekend series, BFL, or the ABA.

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Welcome to Bass Resource, Jeremy.

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Welcome aboard!

8-)

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thank you everyone. tioga county, im up your way almost every weekend in the spring/summer/fall. we have had a camper parked up that way for the past 10 years and i have fished ALOT of the water up there..

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thank you everyone. tioga county, im up your way almost every weekend in the spring/summer/fall. we have had a camper parked up that way for the past 10 years and i have fished ALOT of the water up there..

Haha, I thought maybe. We get a lot of "down staters" that come up especially to hunt. You been on Cowenesque and Hammond lakes then? These are where I spend most of my time for bass. It's convenient, considering I'm about 10 minutes away from them.

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I have seen the lakes but have only fished the small pond bellow wellsboro. Surprisingly that pond/lake holds some pretty respectable bass. Most of my time up there is spent on pine creek. If you are ever interested in catching some walleye maybe we could meet up sometime and i could hopefully put us on some. I floated it last year early spring and saw one that would be pushing the state record. That's where my 31 3/4 came from and the other fish dwarfed it. However, those fish see so many baits throughout the year, prepare to be frustrated. There's nothing more upsetting than watching a 10+ pounder chase a bait to your feet 20 times. The fish commission keeps saying how great of a smallmouth bass and trout fishery it is, I fish about 150-200 hours a year just on pine creek and they lie. There are fish in there but doesnt even compare to 8-9 years ago.

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I have seen the lakes but have only fished the small pond bellow wellsboro. Surprisingly that pond/lake holds some pretty respectable bass. Most of my time up there is spent on pine creek. If you are ever interested in catching some walleye maybe we could meet up sometime and i could hopefully put us on some. I floated it last year early spring and saw one that would be pushing the state record. That's where my 31 3/4 came from and the other fish dwarfed it. However, those fish see so many baits throughout the year, prepare to be frustrated. There's nothing more upsetting than watching a 10+ pounder chase a bait to your feet 20 times. The fish commission keeps saying how great of a smallmouth bass and trout fishery it is, I fish about 150-200 hours a year just on pine creek and they lie. There are fish in there but doesnt even compare to 8-9 years ago.

Hmmm, the small pond you speak of is probably Hamilton or Nesmuck lake.  I had NO idea there were walleye like that in Pine!  How far down towards Jersey Shore do you go to find good fish?   I've spent a ton of time on a few of the tribs to Pine like Cedar and Slate run...beautiful area.

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to the site. I wish I could help out with finding you a club, but I'm on the other side of the state.

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