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B-REEL-

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I took a few casts yesterday @ one of my large mouth bass hot spots

and noticed that the bass are already on their beds. I also noticed the

weeds are already excessive and have grown in the way they usually

look in late June and July. I'd say the water is deffinately way warmer

than it should be for this time of the year. I still caught a few small bass

but I didn't have much time to fish. I think I will go trout fishing today

instead.

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Just got back from trout fishing and there are still plenty of them around.

Their prettyy spooky on these sunny days but if your patient it will pay

off. Got some nice rainbows around 12 inches fishing in log jams on the

Souhegan River. So far I've caught brookies, browns, and rainbows all out

of the same river.

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Nice B-Reel

I'll be hitting my favorite spot in the next couple of days. So far this year all I have gotten are a few small brookies and some nice size rainbows. I am hoping to change that by this weekend and have some big browns and tigers under my belt! :banana:

Good Luck Out There!!!

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B reel, you know ive noticed the same thing in most of my hot spots.

the water has been much warmer and i see the bass on their beds and i also saw some bass minnows around the nest

this season sure did get an early start

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