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Coming back from Lake Lanier my buddy Wes called me and said,' Theres this lake in Georgia that has this rule; if you catch a fish under 14 pounds its gotta go back. I was like," Say what, repeat that please I quite didnt hear that correctly, you are out of your everlasting mind. He chuckled and said,' Bruh Im foreal." I replied saying,' Fisherman are the best liers none to planet earth." He started laughing and stated, I will take you to this lake. " I said then what are we waiting for?'

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Keep Lines Tight and dont exagerate- J.W.

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If you catch a fish UNDER 14 pounds, then its gotta go back? DUH. That's because it's a catch and release only lake. Meaning there are no fish over 14 pounds, so all fish you catch must be returned to the water, thus promoting catch and release.

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Maybe he meant to say 14 inches instead of 14 pounds. I could see that. Either that or its a Catch and Release lake like Bassn Blvd

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Don't hold your breath in anticipation.

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Uh . . . 14 inches.

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Can't hurt......just go and see what is in there. Seems odd though because not everyone carries a scale with them to weigh their catches.

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It's 14".

For real.

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It's 14".

For real.

For sur bruh JW welcome to the site. 14" is a pretty standard regulation, BUT many lakes are what they call site specific. Check the DNR regs before you head out.

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I've been fishing Georgia my whole life and have written an unpublished book on all the small public lakes in the state. I have never heard of a lake like that. There are a few public lakes where a 14lb bass is possible but not one where it's the norm.

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Well, that was a "different" read.

I agree.....You is crazy.

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On the Tennessee River, we expect all smallmouth bass under 12 pounds to be released.

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On the Tennessee River, we expect all smallmouth bass under 12 pounds to be released.

That's so they can be used as bait when they grow up.

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On the Tennessee River, we expect all smallmouth bass under 12 pounds to be released.

I agree. Smalies under 12lbs don't taste that good. Once they hit the 12lb mark, with a little lemon butter, mmm mmm good!

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hahaahaha this is too much. probably a simple miscommunication. 14 incher is reasonable, our jersey waters have a 12 inch minimum on most lakes and a 15 inch minimum on "trophy lakes"

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