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Well known big bass hunter Mike Long took the time to take some underwater photos of huge bass throughout the year. The results are some pretty awesome pictures of some very large bass, just doing what they do.

http://www.mikelongoutdoors.com/underwater-bass-pictures/

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Thats awesome.

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Thanks for sharing!

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Meh, dinks...

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Geeeeezus, dem some fatties. Those big girls keep you warm on a cold night.

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That's really cool. I'd like to tangle with one of those babies!

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Cool pics!! I like the ones where the bass ate the trout and the channel cat. ;-)

My favorites as well. It's unfortunate for that catfish that their eyesight is so poor, he might have seen the danger coming before it was too late! On a side note, since very few of our lakes have trout but all of them are heavily stocked with catfish, it may be time for me to invest in a Mattlures channel cat swimbait!

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Cool pics

Thank you

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Thanks, bluebasser86. This was really cool to look at. It is making me even more stir crazy as I wait out these long winter months. As a fisherman, I rarely get opportunities to see and learn from an underwater perspective, so this was really great.

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Awesome pictures! Thanks for posting.

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Swimbaits don't work.

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Wow !!!  

 

Thanks for sharing :)

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On pictures 2 and 3, doesn't the bottom look like it had been raked. Notice the uniform grooves in the sand. 

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That's pretty cool, thanks.

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Well known big bass hunter Mike Long took the time to take some underwater photos of huge bass throughout the year. The results are some pretty awesome pictures of some very large bass, just doing what they do.

http://www.mikelongoutdoors.com/underwater-bass-pictures/

 

Fantastic pix!! Man, would love to have even one of those ladies on the other end of my line.

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Thank you for sharing Mike Long's photos.

Back in the days when lake Miramar had a group of giant bass living under the boat rental dock and the water was gin clear....awesome to look under the dock on the shady side and see these giants. The marina and dock areas are closed to fishing and it's where the plant trout, no reason for the big bass to leave, except to spawn.

Tom

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At Bull Shoals Boat Dock if you walk to their office and walk around back they have a group of bass that live like this. There is a minnow tank back there and there is a 10 a 6 and several 5's living right over the edge. You throw a minnow in that 10 is the lead and he gets first shot and he meets the minnow half way down through the air and gets it. Its amazine to watch how they operate.

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Man that's some amazing footage right there! Must be in Cali with all those monsters swimming around

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On pictures 2 and 3, doesn't the bottom look like it had been raked. Notice the uniform grooves in the sand. 

 

I think that might be the concrete ramp. Not sure though.

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lmao I am sitting here thinking how I throw a hudd68 and the pictures show the bass chasing 2# trout

#shouldifeelthisfoolish

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