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The spooted fights the hardest they are considered ghost fish nobody has been able to successfully land a spooted bass because they fight so hard

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The spooted fights the hardest they are considered ghost fish nobody has been able to successfully land a spooted bass because they fight so hard

I meant to type spotted, i know it sounds like i meant to say spooted.

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As far as hardest fighting IMO it would be the smallmouth bass followed by spotted bass then largemouth. As for the elusive spooted bass they fight so hard that they will always break your line.

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Just go and look at those other threads about it. No reason for anyone else to post here.

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Just go and look at those other threads about it. No reason for anyone else to post here.

 

I think this guy is bucking for a mod position?

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I think this guy is bucking for a mod position?

Aww shucks! You caught me. You crushed my dreams...
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I meant to type spotted, i know it sounds like i meant to say spooted.

Yea man I know I was just messing around having a little fun with it

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As far as those spooted bass go, I once held the potential IGFA World Record in my hand.  I had, like many others, hooked into this one and it broke me off.  And like so many other bass, when it was thrashing around to get my broken off hook out of its mouth, it jumped into my boat.  Not knowing the difference at the time, I foolishly released it back into the water without a picture or an official weight.  But I am sure it was the IGFA World Record!!!!  :)

 

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As far as those spooted bass go, I once held the potential IGFA World Record in my hand. I had, like many others, hooked into this one and it broke me off. And like so many other bass, when it was thrashing around to get my broken off hook out of its mouth, it jumped into my boat. Not knowing the difference at the time, I foolishly released it back into the water without a picture or an official weight. But I am sure it was the IGFA World Record!!!! :)

Jeff

I wonder if they got those spooted bass in Bacarac?
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I hooked into a spooted bass one time his fight was so strong he snapped 40#braid in open water

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The Spooted Bass once held a hook in it's mouth...just to see what it felt like.

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I would say smallies fight hardest pound for pound, but I recently had an encounter with a spooted that basically defied everything I ever learned...

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Coosa river spotted bass

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Aww shucks! You caught me. You crushed my dreams...

 

;)

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Chuck Norris doesn't catch the spooted bass, the spooted bass catches Chuck Norris. ;)

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Forget about "spooted bass".... I'll take a "stripper" any day :)

 

Fish

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Forget about "spooted bass".... I'll take a "stripper" any day :)

 

Fish

 

Know nothing about the freshwater ones, but those saltwater ones are a boatload of fun!!!!

 

strp 005

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Know nothing about the freshwater ones, but those saltwater ones are a boatload of fun!!!!

 

You don't get it... but you sure can have fun with a boatload of them.

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 Forget about striper, I'll take a permit over anything swimming, very hard to catch using artificial lures

(live crabs are best), fight is something pretty special with long runs, they don't give up.

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A boatload of strippers ? How cool would that be ? Geeez, you'd have to be like Chuck Norris :) LOL

 

Fish

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Pound for pound it's the river fish that fight the hardest. After all there swimming 24/7 with no break. To me they hit the hardest too. They even tail walk too.

 

On the small ponds and lakes it's the smallest for sure with there lightening fast strikes.

 

But the bigger gals being LMB will give my lure a tour of a small pond before I can land them. It's usually a slow dragged out fight

 

My best fights and battles has been with the larger 25" to 30" chain pickerel. It makes me want to go northern pike and Muskie fishing.

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