(NEWS CENTER) -- We begin America’s favorite fishing segment by the banks of the majestic Penobscot. Say hello to Eli James Thompkins. Love the Penobscot. I fish there all the time Eli.
Lillian Doten getting it done from the kayak while paddling on Little Sebago back in July of this year. Nicely done Lillian.
We have some huge bass this week, here is but one of them. My buddy Caden Nickerson caught this six pound beast at Lake St. George in Liberty. Definitely a two hander Caden.
These fishing buddies have our next big bass. This is team Feener. Gavin is three years old and the bass is just shy of the five pound mark. Great fish guys.
This blue eyed cutie is Riley (3) Hachey. With a sunfish she caught at camp. Riley looks like she knows what she’s doing. Already a pro at three. These kids kill me.
Speaking of pros. Jim Swett of Orrington with a whopper togue. Twenty nine inches and eleven pounds of fish right there. Holy smokes. What a fish. Great Job Jim.
A tale of two fishies. It was the best of times and it was the best of times. Good times abound. Isaac Parker pulling double duty on the Androscoggin. Catching a bass during the day and of course nabbing a catfish during the pm.
Jersey shore meets Maine shores. This is Jackson Ray Harris from Medway New Jersey fishing at Thomas Pond in Raymond this past summer. Stand up Jackson, let’s get a look at that fish.
We love our friends in New Jersey. We have friends from all over the globe posting pictures on our Big Ol’ Fish facebook page. AS WE SPEAK. Have you posted your picture yet?
Sure would be great to get a picture of my favorite Jersey girl up on there.
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