WELCOME TO BLACK LAKE, NY - A FRESHWATER FISHERMAN'S PARADISE

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 Post subject: Re: Who knows some 2016-2017 New Hot Spots for Bass
PostPosted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 12:28 am 
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Well RG, you did better then I thought you would with your replies. Let me review. What I gather is that you need to be fishing next to SANTA CLAUSE. Not the EASTER BUNNY, not the TOOTH FAIRY either!! Here is that recipe I promised. Take one measure of B.S., add a slice of baloney and be sure not to swallow any of it. And say " Oh Tarter Sauce!!!!"


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 Post subject: Re: Who knows some 2016-2017 New Hot Spots for Bass
PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:22 pm 
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There are special places where you might be able to catch some 6 pounders. Head in the river and you'll see hidden lanes that come out of the under brush. You'll have to hold up the canopy of vines and limbs. Back in these spots you'll come into hidden mini ponds. Never seen by most. Make sure you mark your way in with ribbons cause if you get lost in there no telling when your gonna get out. Thats all the info I willing to share for now.


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 Post subject: Re: Who knows some 2016-2017 New Hot Spots for Bass
PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:32 pm 
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There is an island I know of that you probably won't catch a 6lb bass but if you look around on the island there is a 6 pound baby ruth and a rotted pair of boxers.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:53 am 
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Head in the river and you'll see hidden lanes that come out of the under brush. You'll have to hold up the canopy of vines and limbs. Back in these spots you'll come into hidden mini ponds.
Been there done that. I should have been filming a river monster episode. Thru a black and blue jig up on the bank under brush. Text book bite of a bass. Set the hook on a monster bowfin. Oh the fun. So many times I think I have had that 6+ lb bucketmouth on only to find out it's a bowfin.


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