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bogtrotter

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Chicopee River
« on: May 30, 2022, 06:32 PM »
To cap off my long holiday weekend, I drove down to Chicopee to fish the Chicopee River from 10 AM to about 2 PM, first along Granby Road above the Davitt Memorial Bridge (until about 12:30 PM) and then (for about an hour) below the railroad trestle downstream from it.

It was sunny and hot (80 to 90 degrees while I was there) but, perhaps because I was standing in moving water, not oppressively so.

I did OK, but not great, landing three smallmouth (the biggest being 17" long), a half dozen sunfish, two rock bass and one pencil thin (10") eel.

I only saw one other angler, who was standing on the opposite bank below the railroad trestle and fishing for straggler shad.  He left after I got there, and said he hadn't any luck, but added that a buddy of his had caught two nice ones the night before.



 



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