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were renting a vacation house on Neals Pond on the vermont/new hampshire border. what kind of fish should i expect to be able to

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  • were renting a vacation house on Neals Pond on the vermont/new hampshire border. what kind of fish should i expect to be able to

    were renting a vacation house on Neals Pond on the vermont/new hampshire border. what kind of fish should i expect to be able to catch? even if you didnt fish hear what about the area in general if it helps its a very large pond i guess its 185 acres

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    Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Buffalo Carp, rainbows, and native brown trout.
    Go to www.fishermanresource.com/states/vermont/Neal-Pond-Gilman.php

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    • #3
      Pickerel too. Brookies are sometimes a possibility near the inlet and outlet.

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      • #4
        ok thanks. any tips for bait? are walleyes and pickeral caught on the same lures as bass? and what do i use to catch carp?

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        • #5
          If you use a tube jig, you will probably catch everything in it. Wacky worms work great up there too.

          Can't go wrong with a minnow plug either.

          Use a Jitterbug at night.

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          • #6
            Standard lures for bass-jig, worms, crankbaits, spinnerbaits, lipless cranks or rattle traps,maybe some stickbaits.
            Don't fish for walleye or pickerel, but I know walleyes will hit bass lures. Try crankbaits, spoons, jerkbaits and get a planer board if you're going to troll for them.
            Doughballs work on carp and catfish.
            Live bait will work when they aren't hitting artificials! Shiners, shad, minnows, etc.
            www.wildlife.state.nh.us/Fishing/fish_species_profiles.htm#Walleye

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            • #7
              Agreed with Kkeltic and + 1 for you sir!!!

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