Big Bass

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  1. Silencer

    Silencer Elite Refuge Member

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    No kiddin, all them bass are great fish !!!! :clap I'm especially fond of the smallmouth, one of my favs to catch.
    Usually hit the finger lakes in NY for them, havent been up there this year yet.
     
  2. JM Mallard

    JM Mallard Senior Refuge Member

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    A couple nice ones from a local golf course:

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    And my biggest bass to date, which went around 11 pounds:

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  3. THEIRCOMMITED10

    THEIRCOMMITED10 |Moderator Fishing|Call Sponsor| Sponsor Moderator

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    Have I mentioned I love big bass!!!! WOW GUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:eek: :clap :clap

    thanks for all the replys. This threads turned into a dandy
     
  4. Silencer

    Silencer Elite Refuge Member

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    11 pounder ? WOW !!! :clap :tu Great fish
     
  5. davie6

    davie6 Senior Refuge Member

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    That 11-pounder is HUGE:eek: :eek: i went out today and matched my best with this fish
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    man, i love fishing frogs in the slop :tu
    Sliencer, what lakes do you usually fish for the smallies? I've never really pursued them that much.
     
  6. Silencer

    Silencer Elite Refuge Member

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    Oneida, Owasko, Cayuga. Not sure if Oneida is part of the finger lakes but we did fish that one as well. I keep getting invited back, if I dont make the trip before early goose, I'll never make it back up there :sp
    Been hearing the water temp is cool and the smallie bite is good.
     
  7. Silencer

    Silencer Elite Refuge Member

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  8. swampbuster

    swampbuster Senior Refuge Member

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    That 11 pounder is huge:eek: :eek: :eek: Hey silencer, If you like smallmouth fishing you should try Keuka Lake in N.Y. Next to Lake Erie Probably the second best lake in the state for smallies.:tu :tu
     
  9. callem'andkillem'

    callem'andkillem' Refuge Member

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    Nice 19"
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    21" 5.3 lbs
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    20" 5.1 lbs
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    20" 5.7 lbs
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    18.5"
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    18"
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    Not bad for Nebraska bass. I've got a bunch from last summer also if you guys want to see them.
     
  10. SierraExplorer

    SierraExplorer Elite Refuge Member

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    Here is some we have been on lately -- Mostly post spawn now and are feeding again.

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    The frog bite has been off the hook with 30+ fish a day ...
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    DeltaJack very proud of his fish.
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    DeltaLuke putting the hurt on with jig's ..
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