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A bass tries to swallow another bass almost the same size as it. Such a cool video.

 

 

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Funny timing of this post.  I just caught this bass eating a bass yesterday.  The bass I hooked was probably about 2lbs and the tail in its mouth appeared to belong to a roughly 7-8 inch bass.  This made me rethink about how I tend to size down my baits on this small pond.

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We had one eat another in a livewell once and I saw a situation similar to the video another time at a golf course pond and both fish were dead 

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And see, when I bite people somehow I'm the freak...

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2 minutes ago, Glaucus said:

And see, when I bite people somehow I'm the freak...

Theyll send you down to Florida if you keep up that behavior 

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Just now, TnRiver46 said:

Theyll send you down to Florida if you keep up that behavior 

I have an aversion to bath salts.

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3 minutes ago, Glaucus said:

And see, when I bite people somehow I'm the freak...

They're just worried you haven't had your rabies shots...

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1 minute ago, MN Fisher said:

They're just worried you haven't had your rabies shots...

It's true, I haven't. That's how we get the funnest people.

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Found these fish flopping around in the lake. Was able to separate them and they swam off.large.20181125_150139-1288x966.jpg.c7e3467038ed165b1b45769fab2ab924.jpglarge.20181125_150423-966x1288.jpg.ed18a5f39b9ba3549784f8f59ad59f3f.jpg

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2 hours ago, TnRiver46 said:

Theyll send you down to Florida if you keep up that behavior 

We may be crazy but you’ll retire here...with a Lincoln town car, eat at Denny’s for the early bird, play from the front tees and get ripped on scotch. 

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Fish don't have any idea how big they are (or aren't). Only way to find out if they can eat something is to try.

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8 hours ago, 813basstard said:

We may be crazy but you’ll retire here...with a Lincoln town car, eat at Denny’s for the early bird, play from the front tees and get ripped on scotch. 

Hahahah! Nah I’m already close to moving into my retirement lake house. I will just have to live there and still go to work.......

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crazy!  I fish swimbaits a lot. Love 8 inch spooks, my biggest bait is 15 inches! its a wooden snake. 
I caught a 1.5lbs fish on an 8.5 inch wake bait the other day

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A few years ago my wife and I were walking along the docks at Big Cedar Lodge in Branson at the Marina. You could see a school of 5-6 inch baby swimming around in the shallows. Suddenly, a giant Bass came out of the deeper water and swallowed one of the little ones. Well the look on her face was priceless including the "OMG! They eat their own?" 😁

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