10LB Bass Dance

My buddy caught this 10.03lb bass on the st johns river and freaked out I thought yall would enjoy the vid.


  • capt louiecapt louie citrus countyPosts: 9,455 Moderator
    The dance was justified. :banana
    "You'll get your weather"
  • a little knotsa little knots Posts: 1,222 Officer
    Absolutely love seeing videos like this !!!
    Thats cool !! Nice fish ....
  • Austins26Austins26 Posts: 1,989 Captain
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  • JettyparkJettypark Posts: 1,909 Captain
    I have to be honest... I have never fist pump or dance over any fish.... I chase the mighty double digit bass/monster snook all the time
    and I'm just one of those person that never gets worked up over anything.... I love enjoying things in a quiet way and more to myself...
    .... if that make any sense to anybody.... any hoo great job on the bass... I just wish they would fight a little longer then that...
    I keep dropping weight and Rod/reel size.... just to have a longer fight.... pssssss a ten pound snook would have taken out a big more
    drag... heh ..heh... just saying...
    aa13.gif "A ship without Marines is like a garment without buttons"
  • FishaHallicFishaHallic Posts: 660 Officer
    Nice bass :hail
  • bmoodybmoody Posts: 940 Officer
    With a statement that the weight is 10.03 then you must have put it on a scale -- submit the picture on the scale at WWW.TrophyCatchFlorida.com and collect $150 in rewards.
  • pergatronpergatron Posts: 251 Deckhand
    i'd be dancin too baby
  • StratosStratos Posts: 149 Officer
    That's awesome. A toad like that justifies the dance.
  • ScullerSculler Posts: 115 Officer
  • Bass Hunter 85Bass Hunter 85 Posts: 22 Greenhorn
    Congrats on that catch. What bait did you use? I just fished the St. Johns for the first time a few weeks ago, went out there for about 4 hours and got nothing! lol I used a 5" Senko. Most lakes and ponds its money, but out there not even a bite!
    A bad day of fishing is still a good day.
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