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i would have to say the amazon too. not just for bass but all the other weird fish too.

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Another vote for South America and peacock bass.

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Belize, do a Google "fishing in belize" you will see why. JMHO

Ronnie

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El Salto for bass, Central or South America for Peacocks.

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I'll be at Forrest's house  :)

If he's not home, I guess I'll borrow his plane and go join the party you guys will have rolling, down on the Amazon.

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I'd love to fish South America for huge exotic catfish and Pacu's. Peacocks (wherever they get biggest) would be fun too.....

But when the poster said, "Bass fishing" I was assuming he meant "Largemouths" and that being the case, their is no place I'd rather fish that right here in Nor Cal. We have "bigger bass" than they do in those Mexican lakes :-)

BTW, when you see videos, and here's stories of El Salto, and other Mexican lakes and "all of the 10 lb'ers" you are only seeing the best of the best. Fact is, for the most part, those lakes kick out lots of 6 to 9's (and even then, not always) but a LOT of people go down there expecting a 10 plus fish or several, and end up disapointed.

All of this said, if I were to go to Mexico, I'd probably pic Baccarac...... The nearly forgotten, original Mexican big bass lake. From what I have heard, it is much tougher than the new, more popular lakes like El Salto. Much lower numbers of fish nowadays, but a much better shot at a really big fish of say 15 to 19 lbs. Even so, for a 20 plus fish, you probably have better odds in Southern California.

Peace,

Fish

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I would love to fish in Florida, Texas or California for big bass.

I feel bad though because I live w/in 5 minutes of KY lake (already mentioned twice in this thread) and take it for granted.  I can be fishing KY or Barkely in 5-10 minutes.  I don't ever do as well as the stories  I hear about my homelake so I have never personally seen the potential.  I need to try harder I guess.

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I would like to fish the lakes and rivers of the BASS circuit with the best guide on each body of water, a week or two in front of the tour. And, as others have mentioned, Brazil fishing for peacock bass, but they are not really "bass".

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Any California lake for humongous bass would be good.  Lake Fork in Texas and El Salto in Mexico would be fine too.  

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FOR ME, FROM APRIL THROUGH OCTOBER LAKE ST. CLAIR. NOT JUST BECAUSE I LIVE ON IT BUT BECAUSE IT'S A GREAT FISHING HOLE. (JUST ASK K.V.D.)

THE REST OF THE TIME IT'S A TOSS-UP BETWEEN SOUTHERN CAL, TEXAS, AND FLORIDA.(I'D LIKE TO FISH TOHO AGAIN BECAUSE THE ONLY TIME I FISHED IT WAS AFTER A HORRIBLE COLD FRONT)

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Aprox an hour and a half from my house, I can be at some of the greatest fisheries in the state of California. Why would I want to go anywhere else?

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