O.K. so it's about 1:30 Sat afternoon. When my Boss calls. He wants to know if i am going Bass fishing (he loves eating Bass). I tried to explain to him that it's 96 degrees outside, and it's the worst possible time for Bass fishing.
So, about 2:00 i head out the door with 4 rigged rods, and an assortment of plastic worms. My Boat on Mohegan Lake is only 3 min from my front door, so by 2:30 i am fishing my first spot. I know these Bass will be deep and in no hurry to chase any baits, so i start off with a texas rigged 7" plastic worm.
The area that i am fishing is about 10-13 ft deep, with lots of scattered down timber.
On my 3rd cast i nail a nice 3 lb Bass. Well, i never had to leave that spot as in 2 hrs i picked away at an even dozen nice Bass
( keeping 4 for my Boss). With the largest going betwen 4 1/4 - 5 lbs.
Just goes to show you that some quality fish can be taken anytime, despite the conditions.
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