Couple of Monster Peacocks!!

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    Couple of Monster Peacocks!!

    Check out these monster peacocks we caught at our spot!!! Unfortunately we were not able to weigh them... hope you guys like it!!


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    Nice
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    Nicely done! Looks like a pair (male/female) getting ready to mate...Did you find them on a bed or just blind casting? Male appeared to be a solid 4 to 5 lbs...I'd guestimate the female around 4...Whatever the weight, great looking pair of fish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reel-Deal View Post
    Nicely done! Looks like a pair (male/female) getting ready to mate...Did you find them on a bed or just blind casting? Male appeared to be a solid 4 to 5 lbs...I'd guestimate the female around 4...Whatever the weight, great looking pair of fish!
    Thanks!!!! They were not together, we caught them about 1 hr apart on a live stripped tilapia.

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    the size of that tilapia was quite large for bait, when I first saw that I was wtf?!?! but then noticed it was your bait, didnt know they could eat a tilapia that big, anyways very nice peacocks! haven't caught one that big since August 2012
    There's no such thing as too much bait!

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    Last spring I was catching peas on a 5" bluegill swimbait. Everyone seems to assume thay will only hit small baits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flaswimbaiter View Post
    Last spring I was catching peas on a 5" bluegill swimbait. Everyone seems to assume thay will only hit small baits.
    If your talking about that big bluegill swimbait by storm lures, I have the same one, also a 3.5 inch bluegill swimbait by tsunami lures, caught a huge largemouth once with it
    There's no such thing as too much bait!

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    NICE!!!

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