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Author Topic: SJHT NEWTON LAKE Club Results Sat. 04-13-19  (Read 261 times)


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SJHT NEWTON LAKE Club Results Sat. 04-13-19
« on: April 13, 2019, 07:41:56 PM »

Place: NEWTON LAKE, Collingswood, NJ
Date: Sat.  April 13, 2019
Time: 6:30am -1:30pm
Weather: Sportatic light early morning rain showers off and on 55 Degree early morning temps warming up to 73 Degrees.   
Water Temps: Varying 57.5 Degrees towards Blackhorse Pike areas and warmer near the boat ramp and Norther sections
 going up to  60.4 Degrees.
Water Clarity: clear down to 2.0' Southern section. Less than a 1' in the Northern section.
Wind Gust: 5-10 MPH!!
Best Lure:  Traps, finesse worms, crankbaits, Shakey
Depths fished: 1.5'~5.5'
Limit: 3


and the New Adventure begins with the Above... Still thinking of a name.  LOL

Greeted with strong storms moving West to East and the occasional Rain in the AM, 18 SJHT Anglers launched and were eager to go with a little time to spare.

Note: This event was switched to Newton Lake due to the Low water concern and the city of Bridgeton unsure when the County workers were going to inspect the piple which led to the lowering of the water to begin with.

Anglers raced fast and furious to take advantage of the overcast, sporatic rain, and decent air temps.

The members turned out in force and there were plenty of Bass caught on this day.

Without further adieu, please give a big shout out to Tom Greene with taking 1st place and Lunker with 3 Bass going 9.36lbs.  Tom's winning Lunker went a PLUMP 6.01lbs2nd Place was won by Rob  M. with 3 Bass going 7.28lbs. 3rd Place was taken home by Dennis *Jiggen Den* T. with 3 Bass going 5.80lbs. Miscelleneous was won by BN06 with a .48lb Crappie .  Congrats Men on figuring them out!

NEWTON Lake Tale of the Tape:

Tom's  1st Place Bag and Chunky overall 6.01lb Lunker:

Rob's M.  2nd Place Bag:

Check out those spots\markings

Jiggen's Den 3rd Place Ba:

BN06 Solo Keeper and .48lb  Miscelleneous Crappie

other Anglers catches:

Brian McCulley Bag of Bass:

The Long Arm Effect:

Moe's 2 keepersl:

Al's Soloe Keeper:

Matt's Bag of Bass:

So in Summary: 14 out of 18 Anglers caught at least 1 Bass.  33 Bass were caught in total giving way to a total of 58.55lbs. That gave way to a 1.77lb per Bass avg.  All in All, the weather ultimately cooperated.   As the weather becomes more stable it should be on like Donkey Kong.

My earlier Dinks not making the cut:

Coming back to the Ramp:

Next up is LUMS Pond.  Always a fun and good fishery to get size and limits in the early stages of the Delaware Spawn.

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