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A cold front had them lethargic until the sun showed, then it was hold on to your shorts time. :D This SWEET Babe plowed a flipped Smokin Rooster in 8 foot trees on the drop.  My hands were cold before she bit,  then they warmed up quickly. After her Glamour shot she was released on the spot. :thumbsup3:

 

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Nice Fish Steve ~

 

Rage Tail Baits ~ They Just Get It Done.

 

A-Jay

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You're officially invited up to my neck of the woods to prove you can catch these beasts in Virginia waters! :smiley:

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Nice fish, great pic!

 

 

 

 

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Do we even need to say nice fish anymore? Love it Big-O!!!

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Big O, amazing as always. Question, are you catching these bass in the same lake up in Texas? What area do you fish? Do you rotate between lakes or do you find more success on one particular lake?

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Great looking bass!

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What a tank!

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Nice fish for sure and I'm sure she was nice and played well.

Pete

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Big O, amazing as always. Question, are you catching these bass in the same lake up in Texas? What area do you fish? Do you rotate between lakes or do you find more success on one particular lake?

Yep, they haven't built any new lakes in my area so I'm fishin the same old ones. :grin:

Fork, Falcon, Choke, Ivy, RayRoberts, and Amistad are my favorite waters. I wish we had more big bass lakes but those are the ones I fish most often.

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Yep, they haven't built any new lakes in my area so I'm fishin the same old ones. :grin:

Fork, Falcon, Choke, Ivy, RayRoberts, and Amistad are my favorite waters. I wish we had more big bass lakes but those are the ones I fish most often.

 

That list of lakes you have there... Some of the best bass fisheries in the world. You truly are lucky to live near them. Why the heck do I live in New England ? Over 3 feet of snow 2 feet of ice on the lakes as of right now. Yup, moving to Texas.  

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Outstanding!

 

Thanks for sharing.

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You now what they say "The big girls keep you warm...when your hands are cold" :bushy-browed:

 

"O" man thats a biggn'

 

You sure know how to kick us Northeners when we're down :dazed-7:

 

Thanks for sharing

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You now what they say "The big girls keep you warm...when your hands are cold" :bushy-browed:

 

"O" man thats a biggn'

 

You sure know how to kick us Northeners when we're down :dazed-7:

 

Thanks for sharing

Not trying to kick ya boostr :) consider it a little FIX until you get some soft water and can chase'em yourself ;)

I had the opportunity to be a Coach during a 2 day Tournament this past wknd (Couldn't Fish, just advise) and my angler took 2nd overall on a lake that he nor I had never fished, with all of the other anglers being familiar with the lake... We got lucky early, and found the bait and color that the fish wanted MOST. Although he threw spinnerbaits, Cranks and jerks etc in addition to, he caught every fish on two different RT's in two different contrasting colors, depending to the water and daylight conditions ;) I had a blast! Hope yall get a break in the cold a bit earlier than usual and can get back out there!

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I hear ya Big-O

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