troutworm

today's otw tv show,Sun.3-22-20

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Thanks for the info troutworm.

At least 50% of my fishing is done in the bay and it's tributaries.

Interested to see what species they target.

I sometimes sit and think what Narragansett bay was like 300 years ago, no pollution, no shoreline development, no over fishing, no disruption in the natural food chain supply,a vibrant melting pot of all our local species of fish and wildlife.

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Now you know how JC walked on water.  He simple walked across the back of the vast amounts of fish. 

It's so simple.

The fish obliged because of course they knew he was the son of God.   Fish are smart.....they swim in schools. :cool:   

   

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History books said that the waters around greater Boston were so populated with cod and lobster that you could wade knee deep and pick them up by hand.  

7 hours ago, saxon59 said:

Thanks for the info troutworm.

At least 50% of my fishing is done in the bay and it's tributaries.

Interested to see what species they target.

I sometimes sit and think what Narragansett bay was like 300 years ago, no pollution, no shoreline development, no over fishing, no disruption in the natural food chain supply,a vibrant melting pot of all our local species of fish and wildlife.

 

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12 mins ago, Fish Monkey said:

It was a 30 minute northcoast advertisement

100%. And caught a bunch of 3# blues. Waste of 30 minutes. 

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