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(MA) redcoat

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About (MA) redcoat

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    Massachusetts State Chair
  • Birthday 08/09/1960

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    Fishing, music and a bunch of nerdy science stuff I call work.

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  • Location
    Salem, MA
  • Who Referred you?
    Bud Yancey
  • Age range
    >50
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  1. If you are looking for small to medium size fish you could try some of the small ponds in Boston along the Muddy River or if you have transport you could try Institute Park Pond in Worcester. It contains some very cute mirror carp - up to a few pounds in weight - that would likely be good fun to target by float fishing. Iain
  2. Dear CAG directors and members It is with some regret that I find it necessary to step down from my position as MA State Chair. Due to a combination of increasing work and family commitments I no longer find myself with sufficient spare time to continue. I will of course remain both a member and supporter of CAG.........but no longer in an official capacity. Iain Murray (redcoat).
  3. Thanks Brad Looks like I am in the blue corner........in the unlikely event that I catch anything that justifies submission. 😉 Iain
  4. I'm not seeing the map? Just a bunch of numbers and letters..........76e2bce3.................etc. Iain
  5. Hi Jason Hope all goes well with you. I know that no carp were caught at Spy Pond for Jerome's Fish-In for the last two years. You might be better off trying the Muddy River outflow where it enters the Charles River or Leverett Pond instead. You should be able to put your friend onto a few fish there. Slightly further away is Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield. The Merrimack River still has some extra water in it but may be an option before too long..........assuming no more heavy rainfall! Iain
  6. Sad news indeed. Condolences to his family and friends. Iain
  7. I'm in.......assuming water remains liquid. Name: Iain Murray Forum name: Redcoat State: MA Venue: MA or NY Junior: No
  8. Clifford with an upper teen. Charlie DeMayo playing his fish while brother Franky waits with the net. Charlie's fish. Franky & Charlie DeMayo with silver and bronze medals, respectively, Awarded for catching the second- and third-largest carp caught at a CAG Fish-In during 2016. I look forward to both of you catching much bigger ones in 2017! Iain
  9. Prebaiting is done......from just upstream of the rocks on the left hand side to the "Tarzan" rope swing on the right hand side. I saw several fish rolling close to shore when I arrived. Note that the water level is about a foot higher than normal due to recent rain.....and the banks are pretty muddy and slippery in places. With this in mind, I would advise bringing waterproof footwear. See you tomorrow. Iain
  10. Participant List 1. Redcoat 2-4. Franky plus 2 5. Greg........maybe? 6. Tim 7. Martin 8. CSharp Iain
  11. Participant List 1. Redcoat 2-4. Franky plus 2 5. Greg........maybe? 6. Tim 7. Martin Anyone else ??? Iain
  12. Hi Franky Sounds great. Should be plenty of room for all. See you on Saturday. Iain
  13. Mmm. I'm not exactly sensing a great deal of enthusiasm for this event so far. That's not a problem........but if anyone else IS thinking of turning out on Saturday please let me know so I have an idea of how many spots tI need to prebait. I will be there rain-or-shine. Iain
  14. HaHa......you don't fool me Jerome. Only you would fly all the way to Ecuador to avoid getting your butt kicked on the bank!! Iain p.s. Marine Iguanas don't count..........they are a protected species!
  15. Hi Gregory Check this thread for info: Hope to see you on the 15th. Iain
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