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Sunday bass fishin

Little sunday afternoon bass fishing on a private lake ended up with ATLEAST 15 bass between me and my father not even exaggerating one bit. Here was the prize of the day

She was a stud around THREE POUNDS most of the fish were in the 1-3 pound range got all of them on the Havoc pit boss made by skeet reese went threw a whole pack of them today >_< back to walmart.

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  • NOTyourSPOTNOTyourSPOT Senior Member Posts: 232 Officer
    no way that's 5#. Maybe 2
  • linesider 159linesider 159 Senior Member Clearwater Fl/Gainesville FlPosts: 828 Officer
    no way that's 5#. Maybe 2

    Easy there man, while the weight could be off I wouldn't go shoot the kid down.
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  • Red-ManRed-Man Senior Member Bartow, FlPosts: 331 Deckhand
    Nice bass. Better stock up on those baits. Nothing more frustrating then going to buy some more and they are sold out. Keep up the good work.
  • Austins26Austins26 Senior Member Posts: 1,921 Captain
    Tight Wurk

    as fishermen we all tend to over estimate a fishes weight in any case Nice catching
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  • NOTyourSPOTNOTyourSPOT Senior Member Posts: 232 Officer
    good job man. that's a nice bass but you need to learn to read a scale so you know your bass sizes when you're without a scale. That' 1.5-2 all day
  • DragScreamerDragScreamer Senior Member WC FLPosts: 1,475 Officer
    no way that's 5#. Maybe 2

    :rotflmao :USA :Agree
    Let's go fishing!
  • onshoreslammer21onshoreslammer21 Member Posts: 67 Greenhorn
    good job man. that's a nice bass but you need to learn to read a scale so you know your bass sizes when you're without a scale. That' 1.5-2 all day
    Thanks! i fixed my thread Glad to have you bill dance correct my overestimation so i could fix my post! Didn't have a scale on me either but from the looks of it i don't need one ill just pm you your far more accurate then any scale i could buy.!!!
  • NOTyourSPOTNOTyourSPOT Senior Member Posts: 232 Officer
    Thanks! i fixed my thread Glad to have you bill dance correct my overestimation so i could fix my post! Didn't have a scale on me either but from the looks of it i don't need one ill just pm you your far more accurate then any scale i could buy.!!!

    Any time my man! Overestimates are common place for discussions but they get **** tough to justify when you have a photo. Just glad to help. The digital scales are best though. I wouldn't waste my money on the spring type. Good job non the less.
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