AlabamaSpothunter Posted December 27, 2022 Share Posted December 27, 2022 For me it would be New Bullard's Bar in N. CA. To me the Spotted Bass record is the one that seems the lowest hanging fruit, not to mention it's my favorite sub species. I'd love to know just the feeling of having your line wet in a body of water that you know has the WR swimming in it. Even if I didn't catch a WR, 5-8lb Spots are quite common, and that alone sounds like heaven. Runner up would be whatever Mexican lake is in a boom cycle, perhaps that would be Baccarac. No doubt there is a WR LGM swimming in one of these Mexican lakes, not to mention the outrageous numbers of 10-13lb fish caught every year. Lastly and most topical, Lake O.H. Ivie in Texas. This lake is entering a peak boom period, and while the WR might not be swimming there, the number of DD fish being caught is likely the most in the country currently. So friends, give me the lakes you dream about moving to 😀 6 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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