Header4.jpg

 

Hi Guys,

Just to let you all know... Ken's Tackle and Field of Wanaque located at 81 Ringwood Ave.  will be celebrating their 4th anniversary the weekend of March 11th to the 13th with store wide sales in all departments. 
All Keitech and Yamamoto products 20% off. 
Come early for your best selections.

Scan2.jpg

Scan2.jpg

Scan2.jpg

***********************************************************

 

The Fisherman's Prayer

I pray that I may live to fish until my dying day;

And when my last cast is cast, I then most humbly pray

When in the Lord's great landing net and peacefully I asleep,

That in His mercy I be judged... BIG ENOUGH TO KEEP!

GONE FISHING....

You will always be remembered.

Fondly,

Paul and all the members of Northeast Bassmasters.

 

Clarence Hollenbeck

Clarence "Sonny" Charles Hollenbeck, 82, of Chester, NJ passed away on February 24, 2017 at his home. Sonny was born on November 5, 1934 in Rockaway, NJ and has lived his entire life in Chester. He retired in 1992 as a Supervisor from the Morris County Road Department after 30 years. He loved fishing, making lures, hunting, bowling, metal detecting, and enjoying the outdoors. Sonny served in the U.S. Air Force from 1953-1961.
He is survived by his beloved wife of 60 years Hope (Campbell) Hollenbeck; four devoted children, Christy Fairchild (Allan), Jerilynn Harris (Daniel), Chuck Hollenbeck (Helen), and Garry Hollenbeck (Dawn Marie); twelve loving grandchildren; eight cherished great-grandchildren; step-sister, Geraldine; and by many other loving family members and friends. He was predeceased by his sister Julia Robinson.

webassets/20111024_712.JPG

webassets/20111024_704.JPG

Clarence and his long time partner Al

October 22, 2011 

*****************************************************************************

 

Northeast Bassmasters

2017 

Saturday Morning Team Schedule Schedule

 

1-

Apr. 8

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

7:00 - 3:30

2-

Apr. 22

Candy 30 boat max

Latins

7:30 - 4:00

3-

May 20

Candy 30 boat max

Latins

7:30 - 4:00

4-

June 17

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

6:00 - 2:30

5-

June 24

Greenwood Lake

Moose Head

6:00 - 2:30

6-

July 08

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

6:00 - 2:30

7-

July 22

Greenwood Lake

Moose Head

6:00 - 2:30

8-

Aug. 5

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

6:00 - 2:30

9-

Aug. 12

Greenwood Lake

Moose Head

7:00 - 3:30

10-

Aug. 26

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

7:00 - 3:30

11-

Sept. 9

Greenwood Lake

Moose Head

7:00 - 3:30

Northeast Bassmasters

2017

Thursday Afternoon Team Tournament Schedule 

 

1-

Apr. 6

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

11:30-7:00

2-

Apr.13

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

11:30-7:00

3-

June 22

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

12:00-8:00

4-

June 29

Greenwood Lake

Moose Head

12:00-8:00

5-

July. 6

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

12:00-8:00

6-

July 13

Greenwood Lake

Moose Head

12:00-8:00

7-

July 27

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

12:00-8:00

8-

Aug. 3

Greenwood Lake

Moose Head

12:00-8:00

9-

Aug. 17

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

11:30-7:30

10-

Aug. 31

Greenwood Lake

Moose Head

11:30-7:00

11-

Sept, 7

Lake Hopatcong

Lees Park

11:30-7:00

ChistmasPic.jpg

Merry Christmas 

To all my Bass Buddies,

May your holiday season be one of joy

Your new year filled with happiness

And come spring

May your live-wells be overflowing with bass!

Tight lines

Paul

 Hi Guys,

Just to let you know that Carl has a few spots left for boat storage at Sussex Motor Sports.  If you are like me you are on the water through November and only start to think about storing your boat around Christmas.  If that's the case your are in luck.  If you bring your boat in for storage during the month of December you can deduct $100.00 off the advertised price of $695.00 for the winter storage season.  This bring the cost of Inside Winter Storage down to $595.00.  Give Carl a call now before the remaining spots are gone.

Tight lines,
 
Paul 

SussexMotorsportsStorage.jpg

***************************************

******************************

***********************

Northeast Bassmasters

Tournament of Champions 

 

Northeast Bassmasters Division

1 & 2 Tournament of Champions 10-8-16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boat #

Team Name

# Large Mouth

# Small Mouthy

 

Lunker

Total Weight

Position Finished

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Howard Gibson

5

0

 

5.36 Lunker

15.06

1

14

Al Palavacini & Frank Moricci

5

0

 

0

11.19

2

8

Al Hudson & Christie Hinterstein

5

0

 

0

11.1

3

2

Dom Bizzari & Rich Bazzari

5

0

 

0

10.38

4

9

Pat Marshall & Paula Millan

5

0

 

0

10.18

5

20

Scott Mohr & Ed Jones

5

0

 

0

9.16

6

3

Len Salvatore & Skip Lerman

4

0

 

4.69

8.79

7

11

Tony Wizner & Alex Buono

5

0

 

0

8.72

8

16

Nick Runo & Dave Tierney

5

0

 

0

8.39

9

4

Chris Spinks & Mike Wester

5

0

 

0

7.69

10

15

Mike McMahon / Frank McMahon

5

0

 

0

7.24

11

17

Gary & Jeff Voss

4

0

 

0

4.85

12

10

Robert Hintzen & RJ Chelbnickow

3

0

 

0

4.83

13

5

Ed Kerr & Danny Corbett

3

0

 

0

4.53

14

18

Billy Micculla & Heather Micculla

3

0

 

0

4.52

15

7

Carl Wilson & Bruce Clark

2

0

 

0

4.38

16

13

Jesse Sturdevant & Coreen

2

0

 

0

3.59

17

6

Paul Schmidt & Evan Miles

1

0

 

0

1.34

18

12

Ed Vecchio & Terance Toal

0

0

 

0

0

19

19

Scott Kirkpatric

0

0

 

0

0

19

*******************************************

This article was in the Daily Record Today April 12, 2016

Compliments of Morris County Parks 

webassets/20160402_160607.jpg

Potential Record Bass Caught on Lake Hopatcong

 

A Lake Hopatcong fisherman may have hooked a record-winner this month, reeling in a large mouth bass weighing 8.74 pounds.

The fish was caught by Chris Hall on April 2 during the first fishing tournament of the season for the Northeast Bassmasters at Lee’s County Park Marina on Lake Hopatcong.

Teaming with partner Joby Poster to reel in the fish, Bassmasters Club members said it may have been the largest bass ever caught on the lake.

“I did some research and discovered that two years ago, a large mouth bass weighing in 8.09 pounds was caught, and that replaced a 7.02 pounds caught at least 20 years ago,” said Paul Schmidt, president of the Northeast Bassmasters and tournament director. “This fish has tipped the scales. It’s just unheard of and very rare.”

Because it was a catch and release tournament, the bass was returned to the Lake Hopatcong waters after the weigh-in.

Lee’s County Park Marina, a facility of the Morris County Park Commission, provides public access to Lake Hopatcong, and is a launch site for fishing tournaments.

Staff Writer Michael Izzo: 973-428-6636; mizzo@GannettNJ.com

 

skeet.jpg

bass2.jpg

logo4.jpg

 

 

****************************

***************** 

 

abass.gif

CLICK HERE FOR A FISHING SONG


Be sure to get in touch to offer comments and sign our guest book.

  

HThe number above represents how many fisherman were here an released unharmed,up to date.

Any problems or questions with this site email the webmaster Harry@njbassfishing.com