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Blue Raider Bob

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Just now, Blue Raider Bob said:

Got my PB Spotted (Kentucky) Bass Friday on the Big T near South Pittsburg TN. She was 19" Long and weighed 3 lb. 3 oz. She ate the Booyah

Booyah Teaser Rig, which is a miniature A-Rig with four small arms with no hooks and a central hook which I used a swimbait. Caught a 3-3 Smallie a few minutes later. The Smallie ate a DT6. This has been a great year and we are still having terrific weather to continue this pursuit.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, A-Jay said:

Congrats !
:smiley:

A-Jay

Thanks A-Jay! I didn't finish my post before I hit the wrong button. These Bass keep me tore-up!

3 minutes ago, Blue Raider Bob said:

Booyah Teaser Rig, which is a miniature A-Rig with four small arms with no hooks and a central hook which I used a swimbait. Caught a 3-3 Smallie a few minutes later. The Smallie ate a DT6. This has been a great year and we are still having terrific weather to continue this pursuit.

 

 

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Thanks A-Jay! I didn't finish my post before I hit the wrong button. These Bass keep me tore-up!

Durn that first picture is last weeks Smallie. I can't get this High Tech stuff down at all. Last picture is my PB Spot. Maybe I should have my gran-kids do this computer stuff!

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I like your photos Bob because:

 

A. Nice fish.

 

B. You look so darn happy to have landed nice fish, as you SHOULD BE!

 

C. ?

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22 minutes ago, ol'crickety said:

I like your photos Bob because:

 

A. Nice fish.

 

B. You look so darn happy to have landed nice fish, as you SHOULD BE!

 

C. ?

Yes I was thrilled! Ended up loosing my Rapala DT6, Bomber Fat Free Shad, and a Bandit 300 to submerged trees in the river. Lost a spinning combo and Bomber lure last week. It's hard to get them back in the depths and current. This is an expensive pastime (addiction) we have , but luckily I still have plenty of my kids inheritance to burn through before it's over! What was really fun was the Smallie got wrapped around my prop, (well maybe that was not fun), but she came loose and found the net! That was fun! Ended with 39 fish including a big Bluegill that tried to eat a crankbait and a monster Drum. Never know what you will hang in the river. Monsters live there for sure! The most fun of all was group texting all my childhood friends back home on a Friday afternoon while I was on the river and they were at work! 

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@Blue Raider Bob please don’t take my laughing reaction wrong, but your comments on having the grand kids do it? Congratulations those are some good looking healthy fish right there. 

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