Bass fishing on Lake Champlain

Bass fishing on Lake Champlain
Maggie poked her head between the pontoon boat rails, excitedly watching her master Rusty Sargent fight a nice four-pound Lake Champlain largemouth bass. Her eyes strained to see deep into the water for the fat lake bass her master attempted to reel from the deep grass bed.
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Fishing report (Sept. 9-15)
Courtesy Connecticut DEP INLAND REPORT LARGEMOUTH BASS fishing is variable, ranging slow to good. The best reports are from Candlewood Lake, Mudge Pond, Amos Lake (best at night) and Mamanasco Lake, with fair reports from Lake Wononskopomuc, Bantam Lake (very mixed reports), Quaddick Reservoir (a bit on the tough side, but catches include a 5.7 lb largemouth), Crystal Lake (Ellington), Cedar …
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Fishing Report
BLACK BAYOU — Bass are slow to fair on plastic worms and lizards around grass. Crappies are scattered and slow. Bream are fair to good on crickets and worms.
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