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Show off some photos of your personal best bass!! I'd love to see some. 

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Nice fish

and nice kayak, what model is that?

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1 minute ago, Fentawn said:

Nice fish

and nice kayak, what model is that?

It's the FeelFree moken 12.5, great boat. I love it. Got meny great fish from it.

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8.64 caught today. Unfortunately dont have pic of my pb smallie. Was before there were cameras on every device lol. So i need to beat it now. 

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I'll just stick with my biggest fish from my home state of KS.

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My best five smallies at 34lbs-110z. 

 

 

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Too bad I was the only one there to take a picture. This picture does not do this 6lb 10oz Mama any justice.

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13 hours ago, fishinfiend said:

jeez 

kansas bass are as impressive as kansas deer 

Not really. You fish as much and as many years as I have and eventually you'll run into a few. They don't get much bigger without access to private water though. 

12 hours ago, HoosierHawgs said:

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Too bad I was the only one there to take a picture. This picture does not do this 6lb 10oz Mama any justice.

Fish selfies are difficult, especially when they start to get very big. 

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5 minutes ago, Bluebasser86 said:

Not really. You fish as much and as many years as I have and eventually you'll run into a few. They don't get much bigger without access to private water though. 

Fish selfies are difficult, especially when they start to get very big. 

Lol, I know the feeling.  My PB photo didn't do the fish justice.

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3 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

Not really. You fish as much and as many years as I have and eventually you'll run into a few. They don't get much bigger without access to private water though. 

Fish selfies are difficult, especially when they start to get very big. 

I've started to get a taste of that. I managed to turn the fishes belly directly away from the camera :(

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8 minutes ago, HoosierHawgs said:

I've started to get a taste of that. I managed to turn the fishes belly directly away from the camera :(

I think some of my friends think I'm crazy telling them to turn their fish in or out a certain direction when I'm taking a picture of them. Then they see the results and realize why I do it. Getting the fish turned full on to the camera makes a huge difference in capturing the true size of a fish. 

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Just now, Bluebasser86 said:

I think some of my friends think I'm crazy telling them to turn their fish in or out a certain direction when I'm taking a picture of them. Then they see the results and realize why I do it. Getting the fish turned full on to the camera makes a huge difference in capturing the true size of a fish. 

WP_20141102_021.jpg.8d7c6f7963a300074b63 Very true! Here is a different fish of similar size, and this picture does it much more justice!

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On January 9, 2016 at 2:24 AM, Bluebasser86 said:

I'll just stick with my biggest fish from my home state of KS.

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Great looking fish!! 

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20 hours ago, Fentawn said:

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Nice peacock! Love those fish. Always wanted to fish for them.. Can't find em up here in MN.

 

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On January 9, 2016 at 11:58 AM, Dwight Hottle said:

My best five smallies at 34lbs-110z. 

 

 

100_0774-6lb-14oz.jpg

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Some nice looking smallies. Great job! 

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