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indymusky

MONSter bass aug 3 to present (pics)

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these bass where caught either using robo worms 4lb test or mattlures bluegill 8lb test. Im going to be back in crown point in late sept if anyones interested in doing some fishing

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Fan-TASTIC fish!!

Mattlures bluegill are something I looked at and inspired me to attempt to make swimbaits of my own laugh Someday I might be able to make something that looks 1/5 as nice as his lures, they're very nice.

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thanks for the compliments guys i really appreciate it, and Matt the creator of mattlures is a great guy. theres alot of interesting people out here u get to talk to. and the colors of the bass out here depend of how deep you catch them. shallow fish are dark like they have a bad tan and the deeper you catch the fish the lighter it gets. i catch some with no patterns at all

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Oh, wow, man. After the first three pics I though I was tripping. Don't do that to me. I had a bad episode with paisley once. Give a warning next time. crazy

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No the bigger fish i didnt have a scale with me but thats the same peir where mac weakley, mike long, and jed dickerson all took their picture with bass weighing over 20 pounds, i blurred the background so people on my local forum dont know which lake it is.. im guessing the fish was about 8 or 9 pounds but i could be wrong. this lake has really cooled down to pressure latley and theirs monsters all over it.

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