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Connecticut > Western CT > Capt. Wylie Puts His Clients on Some Big Bass
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My son, Capt. Wylie, is a captain this summer on Pelagic Beast Charters in Norwalk and Stamford, CT. Saturday night he ran a trip for an important client and his buddy. The trip was an overnighter starting at 10:30 pm.

Capt. Wylie chose his spot carefully and stuck with it. No bites for the first 1 1/2 hours. Then first to hit was a nice 15 pound bass. A little bit later, one of the rods had a sizzling run. My son picked it up and set the hook, handing it off to the Big Kahuna. The rod arced way over. This was a big fish. After a tough fight, the fish came boatside. The net was much too small for this fish, and Capt. Wylie gaffed it and brought it aboard. The beast was enormous, taping out at 47 inches. The fish weighed 47 pounds at the dock and is being mounted at the taxidermist.

The night wasn't over. The clients nailed another two big bass, a 43 inch fish and a mid 20 pounder. They called it quits around 5 am.

A great time for all on Pelagic Beast Charters.

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Smallest bass here is 15 pounds
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