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Bobby Bass

Bobby Bass 33" Wall Eye !!!!!!

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That is sick and wrong man. mad Funny as heck though!! laugh

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Nice and long, but it seems a bit skinny in the middle....

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Good luck and nice catch, might be tough filleting that out though, hopefully you released it to get bigger and to eat....just goes to show that eating disorders happen in all aspects of gods kingdom.....

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What's the girth on that?

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I bet that thing felt like a log while reeling 'er in! Chunky little girl ya got there BB!

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Are you trying to stop my heart completely?!!!!

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You should make a bunch and sell them at a flee market. I would buy one! Perfect for the cabin

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I wanted to follow up on the post of my catch of a lifetime but I have been so busy with interviews from the local papers. To be honest I thought I had a pike on when she first hit. All I saw was the flash of something long and slender in the water. I caught the Wall I on a home made lure but I have been advise not to reveal it as there might be a market for it and we can all use a way to make some gas money. I think the heat of the day might have had something to do with the dark color and the Wall I was much heavier but had dried out by the time I got a photo. Also the ruler is a wide one which takes away from the girth. All I can say is that you to can catch one of these babies, they are closer then you think...

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