Went down to the Hudson again on Sunday afternoon.
Tide was high and current was ripping.
Tried a Berkley Gulp bloodworm anchored down by a 4 OZ weight which still did not seem to be enough....nada
Stayed through the slack tide...still nothing. Not even a nibble.
Saw a guy catch a bunch of little things (I honestly had no idea what they were) and one fluke.
Otherwise another uneventful day on the Hudson.
On a side note...the smaller pond that I mentioned in CP. The one in the southeast corner (I believe it is called "The Pond" whereas the one with the rowboats is "The Lake")
Fished it for awhile on Saturday. Was having fun catching some smaller sized largemouths. Probably about 8 caught in about an hour. They were only about 5 to 8 inches or so. Still, they fight hard.
I was about to call it a day when I was watching my worm coming back to me and then get swallowed up by a much bigger LM similar to the ones I had caught in the Meer. Around 13 inches long but not a lot of bulk to them.
Some old bag started on me saying "young man...you are not allowed to fish here" I politely told her that if she could point me to where there was a sign saying that I could not fish there then I would stop.
I think she went off to find someone and then forgot about me.