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How can you have a Bass tourny on the sea with a One over 21" limit?

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Fish for Largemouth Bass of course, the only fish you can keep now on that lake!

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Do you mean those fish with the huge scales and the acordian mouth?

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What do you mean? they do just fine in the muddy mississippi, and, yeah, they only hit live bait, just like a carp

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Silt and sewer are two differnt things. Carp live in the Miss too. Oh I mean L. M. B. or is it the other? Oh what's the differance It's hard to tell them apart.

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Ill till ya the difference, the bass will fight back, while the walleye just comes in like a pile of weeds

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Havn't snagged any carp accidently yet while walley hunting.

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I think you need a new fish I. D. book. I think you've miss identified what's on the end of your line.

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That's the point. It's walleye Fishing. Not Snagging or cartooning with some skirted hulla dulla dancer banjo dealy

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Haha silly you, we don't snag bass, because they will hit a lure, have you ever seen a walleye hit a topwater hahaha

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They don't hit spinnerbaits Too often either.

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What does a spinnerbait Represent? And why would any sane fish try to eat one?

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And besides that conditions have to be pretty good before a walleye will hit anything other than the real thing.

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I thought you rested your case! haha, a walleye cannot even catch a spinnerbait, the bottom feeder that he is

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Oh what a putz. Check your car for back seat perch.

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OK time to get out the RODS! my bass rod is bigger ans tougher than your wimpy wally rod you are gonna get it now hahaha

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