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This is my new PB, it was just a hair over 26.5 inches long. I don't have a scale, but will be buying one now lol. Does anyone have an estimate on weight??

Thanks!

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Congrats, mate!

 

I'm guessing you'll be in the 9 pound range 

at that length...

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Congrats on the new PB.

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Chunky hoss of a bass! :smiley:

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Nice chunk ;)

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That bass is a hawg!

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Oh my, that's a big fish! I'd say a solid 9. Nice!

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Could be a 10 easily, if not somewhat more..   If you measured around the girth, we could give you a very close estimate.  What did you catch him on and what time of day?  Not asking for holes, just info.   Great trophy. 

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All I had was the top of a cooler, wish I could've measured girth. Believe it or not it was just a of noon on a white spinnerbait in 25 feet of water over a submerged rock pile. Thanks!

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Awesome.  Next time, get cut a piece of line and use it to measure the girth.   Clip the excess line and then when you get home, measure that.   I learned this right here at Bass Resource. Ha.

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nice catch either way!!!  that's a toad

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Man you gotta get some scales! The diigital ones are relatively inexpensive and you can check them for accuracy every so often against a barbell or some other known weight.

Awesome fish btw! Landing a giant is a clear testament for attention to detail in regards to tackle integrity. Good line, knot strength, sharp hooks and proper drag setting make it all possible. Well done.

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Nice bass! Congrats!

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