4 Pounds of Fun

beansuncle Posted By beansuncle, Sep 2, 2011 at 5:02 PM

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  1. beansuncle

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    Got a chance to fish on a lake where we were working in N Jersey. Best part of working that job!
     

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    Nice! What lake were you fishing?
     
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  4. beansuncle

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    I'd rather not say as the lake is not open to public fishing. Don't want to cause trouble for the "enabler". I had the chance to fish there a couple times as we were working on the lake.
    Hope to be able to get back there soon. I'm sure there are plenty more of these guys in there!
     
  5. Jags

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    Sweet looking bucket mouth. They sure are fun, ain't they?
     
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    Nice.

    I live in N. NJ and you really could be talking about MANY lakes. They are all mostly private.

    4lbs is good for a Jersey bass. I grew up in VA and fished the Potomac. Every trip out we'd catch atleast 1 five lb'r - Jersey lakes get pounded.

    If you are over this way again doing work, shoot me a PM. I've got some spots that will that you can fish and have a shot at some big ones!

    Shoreline doesn't show much developement. I am guessing you were somewhere near Stokes forest.
     
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