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A Couple Of Bass, Bank Fishing Neighborhood Pond

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First fish went 17 inches long, dont know the weight didnt have scales.

 

Second fish 15 inches long.

 

 

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Nice Bass Congrats ~

 

And it looks like something took a chunk out of it's back right behind the head . . . 

 

A-Jay

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will figure out how to add the second pic

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Nice fish! Neighborhood ponds can be great places to catch fish.

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Nice. I find that most of the smaller places are unfished. I find them when riding my motorcycles on the country roads.

One spot is a 4' Deep swamp with stumps it has so far yielded dinks to 3lbers and 12" to a 29" chain pickerel. There has to be larger bass there.

There are so many unfished small bodies of water.

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Nicely done!

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Try a inline spinner, mepps, panther Martin, joesfly.

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that little guy either got in a fight with a slime dart or the prop of my minn kota!

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that little guy either got in a fight with a slime dart or the prop of my minn kota!

this little pond too small for a minn kota. I have to believe as a little fella he got in a tussle with a turtle.

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I do quite a bit of pond fishing in my communtity ponds (some golf course) bass up to about 25" not uncommon, I use light power spinning or ul with a storm chug abug.  I would catch more with a senko but don't care to fish them.

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caught both of these on a senko real close to the bank

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