Catching Bass on Spoons

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    Senior Member Bass2bucks's Avatar
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    Catching Bass on Spoons

    A spoon isnt a lure I use much when it comes to bass fishing however today I wasnt targeting largemouth. I wanted to catch some peacock bass around weston and pond hopped around weston for a few hours. I wasnt able to hook into any peacocks but I did land this nice largemouth bass. I must have got lucky and casted right on its head as she ate it on the fall. Id rather be lucky than good any day!

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    Senior Member Rollin's Avatar
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    Nice fish !!

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    Your reaction makes me laugh every time haha

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    Very nice! I miss fishing in Weston! I practically grew up fishing that "system".... Bonaventure/Weston! Ahhh the good ole days

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    SA-WEET! I agree, better lucky than good, lol.
    "Exploring the Sublime of the Angling Worlds." HT

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    Nice job on the bass. Your nickname is now "Spoonman"

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    Go Ricky, Go Ricky!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thats an awesome fish pardner!

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    Cool. Now , what kind of spoon ?
    "You'll get your weather"

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