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paul.

even completely spawned out, still a double!

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went for a while this afternoon and saw this big ol' donk of a bass cruising around looking for something to eat and luckily convinced her to have lunch on me. :) you can see she's pretty tattered, beat up, and soft bellied from the rigors of spawning, but with a frame like hers, she's probably always gonna be 10+. i definitely wasn't complaining. ;) hopefully i will meet up with her again after she's put on the feedbag at the bluegill buffet. this fish has the potential to be 12+ in premium condition i think. hope y'all are catchin' some too. :)

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BEEEEEutiful......Paul,  WTG Man

Big O

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WOW!!! Easily a 12 before the spawn. She's a beauty Paul.

Awesome catch!!!

CJ

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Man, that's quite a fish.

Great pic, too!

8-)

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Outstanding Paul, what was today's secret weapon?

secret weapon?  that's funny bro. ;D  not much of a secret anymore.  God's swimbait.  live bluegill buddy.  :)

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Heck yea' ! That is a BIG OL' bass right there ! I could imagine that fish being well over 12 pre-spawn !

People often 'mistakenly' assume that if a fish holds 1 lb of eggs, it will lose 1 lb from spawning. But in reality, spawning takes SOOO much energy output, at precisely the time when bass are eating the least.... or not at all !

It's more accurate to assume that if a fish loses 1lb in eggs, it will probably lose another 2 lbs in body mass.

Anyway, good job buddy :-)

Fish

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You never fail to amaze. ;D

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    WTG, thats a HUGE fish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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wot a fish

:o  :o  :o

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