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With all the lips getting ripped around here, I figure we should have a place to share shots of our catches regularly.  Took a cool pic of my catch of the day today so I'll start     

 

 

She was pretty...  And not a fan of Sesame Street apparently   :grin:

 

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post-45982-0-42597300-1402450797_thumb.j 24" On the Spro BBZ-1 Jr. 6" 

post-45982-0-41234400-1402451002_thumb.j And a very confused, aggressive, and lost trout on a KVD 1.0...He had to have been washed down 10+miles and over a 12' dam during a flood about a month ago.

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Finding & catching Summer time Smallmouth can be tough.

 

But yesterday, deep cranking was working right in the middle of the day.

 

Dodging the ski boats & jet skis just made it more interesting . .  

 

:eyebrows:

 

A-Jay

 

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Love that pic above with the little mouse head looking up from the throat of the bass!

My biggest yesterday was a 5lb caught with a DT14.

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They were choking the plum crazy Texas rigged rage craws dipped in clear JJs also...

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I know the pic is terrible. Holding a big fish out at arms length against an open background is the worst possible picture scenario. I did weigh the fish as I do with all my catches over 3 lbs and it was 5lb. The only point of reference I can give you is my hands are pretty decent size and his mouth is dwarfing them.

 

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I was in a hurry with him because as you can see the line is still in his mouth, he had choked my brush hog. With the bad angle and weird shadow , the pic turned out badly.

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Thanks man. I got that one on a black w/ blue flake Rage Tail Cut-R. We were catching them on craws and senkos also.

Soft plastics at night? Nice, i gotta get into night fishing.. I tried some down in florida but they werent very productive nights

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Yeah for night-fishing I use jigs, soft plastics and Jitterbugs. I've read that a big Colorado blade spinnerbait can be deadly for fishing after dark, but haven't tried it yet. Might have to do that soon. Night-fishing can be awesome. Dead quiet, no sweltering heat, water to yourself and a lot of BIG bass.

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How has the fishing been upstate? Im on the island and its been sloooooooooooooow

 

 

Same here. July has been one BAD month. That's why I changed it up and went after dark, and that was the ticket.

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You get all the mosquitoes to yourself too! Lol

 

 

 

Lol, surprisingly they never touch me until I turn my headlamp on. Then its like an all-you-can-eat buffett. But if my light isn't on, they leave me alone.

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This was the biggest of today. Went 19" even and around 4 pounds. Got it on a 6"  "bullfrog"  senko.

 

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