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Northborough — When most teens sleep well into the late morning as often as they can, four Northborough middle school boys are already heading home after hours of early morning fishing. The Meschisen brothers give credit to their father for teaching them the basics and it has become an annual outing on Memorial Day weekend for them all to go to Whitehall Reservoir in Hopkinton.
Two other local spots that all the boys enjoy are Bartlett Pond and Little Chauncy Pond in Northborough, where you can find a variety of fish, including largemouth bass, black crappy, and bullhead fish. It was at Little Chauncy Pond that Johnny caught a crappy that was so big it was close to the state record. Although a bit more of a drive, the Cape Cod Canal is also a popular fishing spot for them and has given them experience with salt water fishing.
When school is in session, they still find the time to fish between homework and sports. Rocco encourages beginners to learn the basics and then develop different strategies from watching the weather to learning about different lures. A lot of their experience and knowledge is from trial and error. Johnny said that over time he has learned about different fish and their habits by observing.
Information on the eating habits and location of the fish comes in handy. The Meschisen boys said that fishing is always part of their family vacations. While in Belize, Nathan caught a pound permit fish. During a family trip to Wisconsin, Johnny and Nathan have been able to experience deep, cold water fishing for a variety of species not found at home. For fishing information, fishing rules and fishing regulations, visit Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife at www. in. Log into your . Forgot your password? Password recovery.
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