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The reason we CPR big Largemouth Bass  (Read 2025 times)

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Mike Dean Jr.'s fish:

http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u201/tarponfly/black%20bass/15074308-6574-4B76-9E59-60AF974F2EFC_zpsjxcbzxi3.jpg
The reason we CPR big Largemouth Bass


My fish:

http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u201/tarponfly/black%20bass/139AEE5A-2CBB-49D6-880F-B6075745730B_zpsy6lhwt8z.png
The reason we CPR big Largemouth Bass


We named her "Silver Eye"

I have landed the exact fish three times this year. And as u can see so has mike. And probably been landed a couple doz times by diff anglers. The bigger bass are like pets. They will hang out in the same area almost all year long. 4 pounds and up on a bass should be released so the next guy and gal, or even kiddo, can land a great fish like this.

If u must keep a bass, try and harvest the schoolers 2-3 lbers. Leave the trophies for another day if possible. It's legal to keep 5 ten lb bass if you like. But, that will mean those big fish will never be caught again if u keep em. If u land a big fish and release it, u can come back the next day or month and expect to land the same fish within 50 yard of where you last caught her. And, big fish hold to certain spots for a reason. You find one big one, there should be a couple more good ones hanging out in the same area.




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Carey Thorn

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LLF Fishing Legend
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Mike Dean Jr.'s fish:

http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u201/tarponfly/black%20bass/15074308-6574-4B76-9E59-60AF974F2EFC_zpsjxcbzxi3.jpg
The reason we CPR big Largemouth Bass


My fish:

http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u201/tarponfly/black%20bass/139AEE5A-2CBB-49D6-880F-B6075745730B_zpsy6lhwt8z.png
The reason we CPR big Largemouth Bass


We named her "Silver Eye"

I have landed the exact fish three times this year. And as u can see so has mike. And probably been landed a couple doz times by diff anglers. The bigger bass are like pets. They will hang out in the same area almost all year long. 4 pounds and up on a bass should be released so the next guy and gal, or even kiddo, can land a great fish like this.

If u must keep a bass, try and harvest the schoolers 2-3 lbers. Leave the trophies for another day if possible. It's legal to keep 5 ten lb bass if you like. But, that will mean those big fish will never be caught again if u keep em. If u land a big fish and release it, u can come back the next day or month and expect to land the same fish within 50 yard of where you last caught her. And, big fish hold to certain spots for a reason. You find one big one, there should be a couple more good ones hanging out in the same area.

Great advice.  Eat kittie's, sandies or crappie instead, there's plenty of them in the lake.



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Real Cool........agreed.



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Sachse, Tx


Carey very well said. Janet & I do eat some small bass but big ones are always cpr'd.  icon_lol




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Sure do like that THUMP!




CPR !!   icon_mrgreen
 
 
 



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