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Hey guys last year i was fishing one day and i didnt have a scale on me. I thought this bass was over 5 lbs. Tell me what you think. I included 2 pics. The first pic is a 4lb 10 oz bass i caught. Both pics were taken about the same distance away. The second pic might be a foot or 2 further then the first pic at the most. (Different Boats) Thanks

imag0138xr.jpg = 4lb 10 oz

Now the fish in question.

mebass.jpg

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I think the first pic of the 4.10 fish looks bigger than the 2nd but like u said it could just be the difference in the camera shot. But it is def over 4.5

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It's hard to say. They look about the same length, but I'm thinking that the second's belly isn't as fat as the first. It might be a few ounces less than the first. :Idontknow:

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I have no clue as to the answer as I have yet to weigh a bass,if I get a nice one I just stretch it out next to my arm with my fingertips extended and hope it's longer then my elbo,if it is i measure it length and girth quickly before tossing it back and use a calculator at home.

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Don't know the weight but they're both good ones WTG! The second appears thicker to me so could be a 5 easy enough...

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The second one looks longer and thicker throughout than the first one, I wouldn't be surprised at all if it was 5.

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Ok guys thanks for all your input on this.

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This is why I bought me a Berkley scale at wally world for $5. I got tired of people around me telling me that my bass didn't weigh as much as I thought they did. LOL

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Nice fish. Looks over 5 to me

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