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Old 11-28-2011, 09:27 PM
JStrobel JStrobel is offline
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Hello everyone,

My name is John, I am relocating back to the Portsmouth area after a long stay in the south. I have been fresh water bass fishing and am excited to come back and fish for schoolies in the Piscataqua, Great Bay...etc.

My question is, will my heavy bass equipment suffice for schoolies? 7 med-7'6'' med/heavy baitcasters, 20lb fireline.

Also, will spinnerbaits, 1/2 oz swim jigs, 5'' Kalins grubs, Johnson spoons with a trailer, bucktail jigs all work for them.? Im not interested in catching large fish, just casting from a boat catching schoolies. Thanks in advance, cant wait.

Also, Im figuring my 19ft. glass bass boat will be fine for this water as well. Let me know if you think otherwise.
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