|03-23-2002 05:34 PM|
Four pound brookies in Mass ?
Never thought that could be done, and I know guys that go for
$ 3K trip to Labrador or northern Ontario for these !!!
Must be a zipper lip beaver pond. Shhhhhhh.......
|03-23-2002 03:39 PM|
What did you catch it on?
Somehow I don't think it was a sluggo.
|03-22-2002 08:03 AM|
|kcsmes||Sean: Beautiful fish! Thanks for the link.|
|03-21-2002 11:54 PM|
Here's the link.
Sure we can fish together. Here's a picture to give you some perspective. That fish is laying next to my 9x9 saltwater outfit.
Unfortunately had I known about these records way back when I could have shattered the current state record for a Chain Pickeral x2. When I was about 10 caught one that was just shy of 40" and built like a tank. It wrapped around a 5 gallon pail 4 times and it's head still stuck out. After several days of watching it snag baby ducks I casted into it's lair and landed it on a daredevil. Oh well!
|03-21-2002 05:17 PM|
|kcsmes||Sean: What is the Massachusetts award for? Were the fish caught in Massachusetts? 5 pound brookies and salmon in the same day? Sounds more like Labrador. Need a fishing buddy?|
|03-21-2002 10:25 AM|
|striblue||Nice Sean... hope you mount it in a nice display case at Home.|
|03-21-2002 09:02 AM|
Nice job Sean. You always manage to come up with something new in your fishing. Inspiration.
Here's to an evan better season.
|03-21-2002 12:42 AM|
Thanks Greg. I submitted the paper work for a brookie I got two days before Christmas. The minimum requirement is two pounds this one six hours later in the day measured in at four pounds even, 21" length with a 12" girth. A real football. The gold pin winner got one that came in at five pounds 13 ounces.
It was a good day we picked up two Salmon also in the 7-8 pound range.
|03-21-2002 12:20 AM|
|Hawkeye||Cool! I'm sure it was mentioned elsewhere but I missed it. What angling feat did you accomplish to earn the honor?|
|03-21-2002 12:11 AM|
It finally arrived.
Not a gold one but still a state pin. Now I have to wait for the mount.