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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Shawnny B

Best for last .....

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Shawnny B

I managed my largest bass of the year/life a 5 lb 20 inch piggie..... The bass were slamming the cranks this last weekend on a private lake by my house, man was it sweet. We had so much fun we lost track of the nubmer of triples and doubles that we had.

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Now lets get one on the ice that way.

Yes she was released to fight another day.

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Sandmannd

Congrats, nice lookin' bass.

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fishermn

Nice! Thats almost tempting enough to get me outta the woods and back on the water! shocked.gif

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Mike89

I too went bass fishing last weekend, got a 4.5 and a solid 5 pounder. we were using spinner baits. the boat is still out on the lift for this weekend yet also!!!

mike

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Shawnny B

Thanks guys, Yeah the guy that I went with really wants to go back out but I got things I have to do with mamma and the kids....ohwell theres always spring.

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Grant Pearson

great looking bass!

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jwhjr

Nice looking fish!

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hanson

Atta boy!

I got a fish this fall that was definitely my "best for last" fish. With another good month of open water fishing in the metro area, I've got my fingers crossed for another "best for last" of some species as well!

Congrats!

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Shawnny B

Thanks alot guys, hopefully this snow will let off and I will be able to hit this spot back up and see if there are anymore beasts there =-)

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