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First Bluegill Now New Pb

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It's that time of year and bass here in FL are feeding up on baitfish. Well can you imagine the size of the bass in this spot where I snagged this baitfish.

Definitely a PB (and I have never even caught a Shad for that matter), unless I am Dottie disqualified.

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That is quite a rotund shad indeed. They fight hard too, got into a school of em one morning while crappie fishing (didnt catch any crappie :( ), but caught these one after another. They are fun to catch, obviously none I caught werr as big as yours.

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That's a colorful big ole shad.. They get quite huge in the Ohio River...

Congrats, on your PB shad.

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Man you left me hanging with the new PB. I was looking for a bass pic from you. It would take a big bass to eat that shad.

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Man you left me hanging with the new PB. I was looking for a bass pic from you. It would take a big bass to eat that shad.

I figured people would think bass when they saw PB but I have a feeling my PB bass will come from this spot sooner or later with Shad out there this big

Hope I get her before Stick Marsh so I can qualify to hang with the big boys

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I'm catching all the big bait like this Shad and the Bluegill no wonder why they aren't hitting my lures more often I need to go bigger!

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I'm catching all the big bait like this Shad and the Bluegill no wonder why they aren't hitting my lures more often I need to go bigger!

 

You are exactly right. The bass where you are fishing are eating big baitfish so you need to throw big lures. You should check out the 9" Bull Shad in gizzard shad, I think that would do the trick  :wink7: and btw bass can eat something up to half its own size, so don't ever think what you are throwing is "too big"

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Those size make great cut bait for blue cats. You can catch hundreds of them that size at one of the power plant lakes I fish during the winter time. 

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You are exactly right. The bass where you are fishing are eating big baitfish so you need to throw big lures. You should check out the 9" Bull Shad in gizzard shad, I think that would do the trick  :wink7: and btw bass can eat something up to half its own size, so don't ever think what you are throwing is "too big"

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That's a big shad! I've seen some big uns, 

mostly dead and floating, caught a few as 

well. But wow, that's a beast.

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Thats huge for a shad!

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