KujoRasta

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  1. Hey all, Spent the weekend in Laconia at the family cottage. Brought my yak with me in hopes of catching some fish. First day we hit a pond nearby and caught 14 pickerel and one perch,great day! This morning I got out on the big lake near the cottage and hooked up a few smallies. I’m used to fishing this area in the summer so I had to work it a bit differently. Had a blast!
  2. Hey all, Spent the weekend in Laconia at the family cottage. Brought my yak with me in hopes of catching some fish. First day we hit a pond nearby and caught 14 pickerel and one perch great day! This morning I got out on the big lake near the cottage and hooked up some a few smallies. I’m used to fishing this area in the summer so I had to work it a bit differently. Had a blast!
  3. Went out in the kayak this morning. Was planning on fishing for some flounder but it ended up being super windy and kind of sketchy so paddled back and fished a river. switched gear and started targeting some striper. Found a school having a feast under a bridge. Whipped out a top water lure and BAM! Amazing fight - 27” fatty. Was the only one for the day but extremely happy. beautiful kayaking trip and caught a fun one. Love being out on the water. Tight lines y’all. below is my current set up.
  4. Gatta say i joined this forum to learn and talk about fishing. I know Covid is on everyones minds but lets talk about some positive stuff like catching some fish!!!! Hows everyone been doing out there on the water?
  5. I live in Quincy so I will reach out to some around here. Anyone out there on the water yet? I know weather hasn't been ideal and it seems like water temps are still kinda low. A buddy of mine went out last weekend and caught some decent schoolies.
  6. Awesome, thanks guys. Glad to see the bait shops are still open. Its hilarious they are essential. But i am happy none the less. :-)
  7. I know bait and tackle shops probably aren't essential.. well to some people. I'm guessing they are all closed in mass? Does anyone know if any are doing pick up orders? Just thinking bait wise- worms, clams. Hopefully in the next month they will be open if they aren't now.
  8. Massachusetts hospitals currently have an excess of hospital beds.. seems like we have succeeded. maybe soon we can go into phase 1? I think its ridiculous to make people wear masks outside. I can understand inside.
  9. My buddy lives in Delaware and he catches them all the time from shore.. don't even need a charter. Also says they taste amazing.
  10. Awesome, thanks for the advice, its much appreciated. I do have a bottom machine and an anchor w/trolley system. Will definitely be heading out once the water warms up a bit. Keep you guys posted.
  11. Im looking forward to targeting some tog from my kayak this year. Hoping to get my first one! any pointers on set up? Iv read people have been pretty successful with jigs, any specific size or color work for you guys?
  12. I don't know it all, i don't think anyone does. Not sure why you have a bitter attitude towards me? anyways I'm here to talk about fishing. Good luck to you as well and tight lines sir.
  13. very interesting. I recommend watching the video "protecting your family from Covid-19 by Dr. David Price"- he clarifies a lot of things about Covid-19 and explains it in a very easy to understand way. He also dispels a lot of rumors going around. Its long but worth the watch. the medical field’s understanding of this virus is constantly changing, leading to varied and sometimes conflicting information. so its understandable my info may counter what other doctors say. If your worried for your health just stay home and keep washing your hands, and don't touch your face. I don't think its BS. I think there is a lot of mis-information out there on a lot of platforms. I guess the information from Dr David Price could be wrong as well. He is on the front lines treating patients with Covid-19 in NYC every day, so i would hope the info he is giving is correct. I follow all of the rules, social distance, only go out to get groceries or stuff i need for my home, exercise and fish. I wash my hands and sanitize properly and do not touch my face after being out in stores. I also am currently working from home. I would disagree that its 180 degrees opposite from all the advice everywhere else. I would say let the medical professionals have the masks. its not necessary for you or I to have them. They need them since they are directly in contact with the infected.
  14. My guess is that the other's got it by contact. Usually in meetings or work place you shake people's hands. From what iv learned from doctors who are treating these patients it is absolutely not airborne. The only reason a person would wear a mask is to prevent yourself from touching your face. Or i guess the fear that someone will sneeze or spit in your face haha.
  15. Take a look at a video empowering yourself and protecting your family- Dr David Price. We are learning new things every day. This doctor is on the front lines treating this patients every day in NYC. I could get it if someone sneezes near me and their droplet gets in my mouth yes. But Covid does not stay suspended in the air for long periods of time. If we social distance- and stay home when we are sick and wash our hands their is no possible way you can get it. I totally understand the fear and its tough to keep up with the information that seems to change hourly.