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KDC Fishing Report
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NAME --------------------- Lou Marcucci

E-MAIL --------------------- loumarcucci@optonline.net

DATE ---------------------- Sat. July 23

TIMES --------------------- 6AM to 9AM

CONDITIONS ------------- Warm

AREA FISHED ------------- Sunken Island


FISHING METHOD ------- Live bait

BAIT/LURES USED ------- Herring

NOTES --------------------- Photo below is a Rainbow Trout caught today. The fish was 17 inches and weighed in at 2 lbs. 1 oz. This is the third Trout I caught this Month. Also had a Trout during the Leo August Bass Contest the end of June. Have not had Trout this late in the year for quite some time.


NAME --------------------- Ed Mackin Sr & Ed Mackin Jr

E-MAIL --------------------- Eddiemackin@yahoo.com

DATE ---------------------- 7-16/7-17 hybrid striper contest

TIMES --------------------- 5am-10:30am Saturday.. 5am-11am Sunday

CONDITIONS ------------- Sunny&hot slight breeze

AREA FISHED ------------- Sunrise Pt& Sharpes Rock Area


FISHING METHOD ------- Anchored & drifted

BAIT/LURES USED ------- Herring

NOTES --------------------- I know it's a bit late to get this report in. Its been tradition to fish this contest with my dad. We both put our time in again this year... Saturday morning at sunrise point we anchored. We fished from 5 AM to 10:30 AM. We sat in one spot and waited for the stripers. We caught several white perch and crappy. We managed a few small stripers and one thst was a bit larger that got away. Saturday afternoon we fished down near the Lake Hopstcong Yachtclub. That evening we did not get the fish long we got ran off the lake by thunderstorms. Sunday morning we went directly down to sharpes rock. We drifted the area hoping to see the hybrids blitz the water. Within the first five minutes of us being on the water, practically dark dad caught a very nice walleye. As the sun rose the stripers show themselves. We got to see the stripers blitz the surface at least a dozen times. We just weren't lucky enough to hook up with the big one my largest hybrid was 5 lbs. 8 oz. By 9 o'clock the striper bite had fizzled out. Dad and I continued to drift from sharpes Rock down toward the yacht club. Little to our surprise dad hooked up with a nice rainbow trout. We didn't win any money but we sure had a great time.










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