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jlehn

tagged bass

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Just got back from fishing trip with family on Cass.

Last Wednesday, caught about a 19 inch largemouth over

by the church camp in Allens Bay. It had a tag with the numbers A28-1026, it also said "please release me" I had no intention of keeping her anyway but was interested if anyone knew of where this tag came from. It was yellow and had been on for some time

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That sounds like one of those tags that you could buy from Bass Pro or Cabellas a while ago. (Before they found out it was illegal for the sportsman to tag fish) I tried to find the website that used to be up for these, with no luck.

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