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Isaac was able to catch his PB yesterday.  20 3/4" 5lb 2oz.

I am not a bass guy, but thought I would stop by to share this picture of my personal best largemouth.   She hit a shiner on a tip-up yesterday on a Mississippi River backwater north of Winona. (No cl

I tried something I haven't done in years yesterday.  I went fishing at night.  I started at 8pm and marked some spots to try while dodging waves from recreational riff raff in every direction.  By 9p

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46 minutes ago, ANYFISH2 said:

Bass sure are fun through the ice aren't thay Rick?

 

Heck Yeah!

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To many pictures to post, but here is a sample of the October fish I caught

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Yes they are fun through the ice.  19½"

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Isaac first of 2017.   From the boat landing no less.

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fun day

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great fishing so far 

 

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Timber Ghost

My son and I had a great day bass fishing the weekend of catch and release only. We caught almost 30 fish and the biggest was 23" 7.6lbs and the smallest was 20 3/4" all prespawn pigs on deep cranks on wind blown inside turns on the deep breaks of points. Oh this so brought back all my memories of tournament days of Bass Fishing but never have I had this many big fish in one day and the best part was spending it with my son who is also hooked on bass fishing and has been since he was 4 when he started going with me pre fishing for tournaments. the best partner a Dad can have is his Son or Daughter. here are a couple of pics that i have on my computer I will upload more of the pigs.

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dandies!   got out with a friend today and his biggest went 20 1/4, mine was 19 3/4 .  

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Good grief Timber Ghost!!!

What a fantastic day.  congrats.

 

Beautiful fish Eyeguy.

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@Timber Ghost ....   you need to learn how to smile !  ;)  nice fishies. couple from todays trip on the creek. Erics beast went 20 5/8. 

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I know i told my son he needs to smile in the pics like the big smile he has has he is reeling them in.

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Well, the way he is going, he probably feels like, " just another cookie cutter 20"er".:crazy:

 

He definitely is on a roll.  Thanks for sharing Timber.

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1 hour ago, JIvers said:

 

21", and fat, so I am confident she hit 5.5 lbs. Put back down the hole after this photo.

I would say so!  A porker like that @ 21 inches was likely over 6. :cool:  And it looks like it could be a tad over 21.  The largies I used to fish with that length and apparent girth were usually pushing toward the 7 mark.  That’s a true hawg!  Congrats!

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That's a good one congrats!

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BEAST!  nice job

 

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