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In light of the huge day that the stren series seems to be having at Falcon, what do you think the top 5 big bass holes in the country are?

The best lakes I have had the chance to fish are Lake Fork and all the lakes around Shreveport (not the river though). Just curious what yall's opinion is...

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My guess that none of the big lakes in the US are the real top five just a lot of small localy known small lakes around the Southern US called I Am Not Telling. :)

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To the winning bidder ----

I'll give you all five of 4bizzs Big Bass Lakes.  Shall we start the bidding at $100.   ;D

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I'll tell mine, though Im sure you never heard of them. Local small water sheds In Indiana.

(1) John Hay lake

(2) Borden lake

(3) lakes in the Hoosier national forest(4 lakes)

(4)Starve Hollow lake

(5) Patoka lake( this one is not small though)

My secrets are out  ;D

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Define big bass  ;)

8-10 pounds

10-15 pounds

15 & above

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I guess I'm thinking like "normal" huge, about 8-10.....

I know my list of must fish lakes would include guntersville and falcon, just trying to get some opinions and add a few more...

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Stick Marsh/ Farm13

Toledo Bay

Amistad

Falcon

Guntersville

All of these lakes consistently produce big numbers of quality fish.

8-)

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I can give you the Top 3 Texas lakes, a few should be counted in the country's top five

1. Lake Fork, like you guys didn't know that :)

2. Lake Falcon

3.Lake Ray Roberts, the best kept secret in Texas, 9lbs are not uncommon

I'm sure some people will disagree with my last pick just my opinion

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if you want to look at big lakes with lots of fish in the 8-10 pound range then the ones in California, Texas, and maybe one or two in Florida are the only ones to really consider on the list. Lakes like Guntersville, Santee Cooper etc. which are farther north are best for numbers of fish in the five and six pound range but really produce very few fish over seven pounds when compared to places like the big lakes in Texas and California. I am guessing what you end up talking about here tournament wise is a lake that will usually produce a few thirty to forty pound five fish limits on occasion but usually takes upper twentys to win on a good day.

Now if you are looking for only one big fish and not a five fish limit then that could really change things as well.

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Lake Baccarac

Sugar Lake

Vicente Guerrero Lake

El Salto Lake

Falcon

Amistad

Choke Canyon

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