CITY LIMITS BASS FISHING – NEW JERSEY

5 Jul

Fishing is where, when and how you find it. You take what Mother Nature gives you rather than attempt to make her conform to your wishes. Fly Fishing Dojo’s New Jersey correspondent Sensei Bob knows this maxim well. He is often required to draw upon his extensive martial arts training to tap into his abilities to persevere and adapt so as to find fishing opportunity.

Recently, Sensei discovered that big bass can again be found in the midst of New Jersey’s most populated county. Big bass are again on the prowl at the man-made lake at Hudson County Park. Admittedly, the location, set against the New York City skyline and nestled in amongst condominiums of various size and shape, is not the most pristine of natural environments.

              

But, as much as “Home is where the heart is”, I say, “Nature and beauty is to be found all around you, if you open your eyes to it.”

Sensei Bob, reports that while fly fishing for these nice-sized urban largemouth bass is presently slow, they are eager to take a well presented Gulp worm.

             

Sensei Bob also advises that when fishing for these bass with a Gulp worm, don’t be surprised if you happen to hook one of the monster sized carp call this lake home. He has already caught and released two of these monster sized city-carp. Photographs of future catches of these huge carp to follow. Good luck Sensei Bob!

SENSEI JOHN

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