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BASS PICTURES 2008!!!!

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this one went for around 6.5 pounds and 20 inches bad picture but only had the cell ...

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great fish all... mine's a piddly 19 inches. Caught it immediately after that huge storm blew thru the metro this evening. Action was great following up to the weather, cooled off after though. Comida in 4 FOW, weeds. Great fight! My scale said 4 lbs even but I have a suspicion that isn't too accurate.

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Nice fish Sledneck!

You look like you just got back from a funeral though man. Those pearly whites will add another couple of inches to those fish wink

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LOL, Here is what I did bass opener... LOL

Nice Deitz!

Simply cannot beat that.

Great Friends

Tub O Shrooms

Big Ol Gobbler

Those silly Bass will be there when you are ready. smile

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Nice Deitz!! What was the beard on that one? Are those the "legal" 'shrooms? LOL

Now that the killing is done, go rip some lips; or is it kill some 'gills time? The 'gills should be hitting the beds in short order.

Chuck

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What a turkey in that picture! Oh, sorry, Deitz, I meant the bird in that picture. grin

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Here are a few from Mon. night. All fish were cpr. Unfortunately my brother had the hot hand so I did most of the picture taking.

Dan

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Here are a few of mine from the weekend.

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The last one was taken as I was fishing by myself. It was a huge female, but the picture exaggerates it a little bit. I didn't take any measurements and just put her back ASAP to C & R and get the boat under control before I was blown on shore.

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You can actually get a better idea of the size of that last one from your sunglasses. Nice fish guys. Keep em coming.

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that reflection in your sunglasses would make an awesome avatar picture. pretty good pics everyone.

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21" 5lb14oz

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Sucker minnow, 3fow pike fishing, also got a 14" crappie on a sucker minnow, apparently he wanted to choke on his meal.

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