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Date posted March 24, 2018 8:45 PM
Posted by eighteenfooter
Report location Connecticut > Western CT > Cos Cob
Fishing method Surf
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Although the bigger lakes are still cold, the smaller bass ponds are starting to warm up with the afternoon sun in the shallows. Smaller males moving in for the afternoon warmth with the "big mammas" awaiting the spawn to move up to shallow nests just yet. (but when they do...I'll be there!).

Smaller spinners in the afternoon with a little flash seem to get the smaller males to hit it. Sun with a little wind driven ripple in the afternoon and it's....bassin' assassin time. And it'll only get better with the coming warm up.

Get ready all you BASSMASTERS, it's game on soon!




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Joined: 06/10/2008
Posts: 904
Location: E. Setauket, NY
 03/25/2018 03:51 PM  

Making it happen, rain or shine, saltwater or fresh! Great to see a report, Matt.

Joined: 09/18/2014
Posts: 73
 03/27/2018 01:03 PM  

finally! life in Noreaster water....Im waitin...?? comin soon?

Joined: 10/01/2001
Posts: 16885
Location: ><)))):> ~~ THE JAMAICA BAY TRIANGLE ~~ <:))))><
 03/29/2018 04:41 PM  

ShadesShadesShades up,,,,,,,,,,keep on catching,,,,,><(((:>



Joined: 10/04/2008
Posts: 26
Location: Western CT
 03/30/2018 04:02 PM  

Nice! Have friends coming in this weekend and trying to put their son on some panfish, but cannot for the life of me figure out where I can take them relatively close to Stamford. If anyone has thoughts, please, please feel free to PM me.

Looks like lots of small ponds over towards Greenwich, but access doesn't seem possible through the estates.

Joined: 10/07/2009
Posts: 1
 03/31/2018 08:45 AM  

Take them to Pomerance pond in Cos Cob. Public access. Perfect for kids

Joined: 10/04/2008
Posts: 26
Location: Western CT
 03/31/2018 01:50 PM  

Reynolds, thank you very much for the assist! Will do, that's perfect.

Joined: 10/29/2013
Posts: 17
 04/04/2018 12:16 PM  

The bridge over the Mianus river at the top of Valley Rd in Greenwich (Cos Cob) is loaded with sunnies. Might even catch a holdover trout. Worm on a small hook with bobber for the sunnies, worm with small hook without bobber on the bottom for trout. Parking is nearby on side street or pull off on Valle Road just before the bridge.
Actully there are two bridges, either one is good but the upper bridge is less passing car traffic.
Note all the fishing line and bobbers caught on the overhead wires. Be careful on your casts so you don't snag the wires and loose your rig.
Good luck.
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