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Bass. Mainly pictures of Bass. How it was caught and where it was caught. Simple. 

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Detroit Lakes, MN

Detroit Lakes, MN

Big Detroit Lake, Lake Sallie and Deadshot Lake.    Bass and Pike were getting active this past weekend. Hitting on artificials. To be completely honest I was all rigged up for bass. We did OK with bass as it is a little early yet in the season. We knew it would be touch and go at best. But, the pike on the other hand were all over our stuff. We had broken rod's, destroyed baits, rigs getting messed up. Lol. It was a great time to say the least. All three lakes were shaping up to be in

E. Hofmann

E. Hofmann

 

Gettin ready for the season!

Getting ready for the 2020 season! Spent the weekend getting the gear setup and ready to go. Looking forward to trying out the new additions for the season. Did a little reel upgrade over the winter. 

E. Hofmann

E. Hofmann

Kellog, MN

Kellog, MN

Even though I didn't catch this one. It's too awesome not to share it. Great looking fish.  Texas Rig - beavertail with 4/0 hook & 1/2oz. I think.  

E. Hofmann

E. Hofmann

Minnesota City, MN

Minnesota City, MN

Mississippi River, pool 5a Texas Rig; Pit Boss with the heaviest weight I could find 😎 the second (pictured) Bass will probably be the biggest I catch all year. Just under 3 lbs. As much as I don't care for Pike. I had to show this hog my buddy pulled in this day. Northern Pike, weighing just over 10 lbs - look at that dragon head!  

E. Hofmann

E. Hofmann

Grey Eagle, MN

Grey Eagle, MN

Big Birch Lake. End of May 2019. Texas Rig. Pit Boss with 5/16th bullet weight.  

E. Hofmann

E. Hofmann

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