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It's Foggy Again... Yes!

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OH it's Foggy Again, You know I love it! Oughta be the name of a Song :smiley: Found one more SLAUNCH before the New Year. The Rage Lobster trailing a Big O jig was the meal ticket again and I guess that set up has been one of my favorites all year, I think it fits my style of fishing really well... Thanks 2011 you were good to us!

I'm taking a break from the water today through Sunday because my GrandBoy wants to go whack a Pig before the holidays are over. Guess I'll have to take'em :teeth:

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Good lord that bass is shloppy! Is that a SC Rage rod?

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Yes it is... 7'11" hvy w/moderate fast tip. Been using them since they came out an ICAST last year. I like'em a lot!

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You have been wacking Pigs all year. One more for the grandboy should not be a problem. :laugh5:

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Wow! Nice Bass!

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Now that's a great finish for the year! Very nice fish indeed!!

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:cool-3854: I'll be honest Steve.....I have never seen a bass that big, even in a tank. Do any of the places like Bass Pro Shops ever ask you to donate one of them monsters?

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Years back, I would donate fish to a boat dealer who had a large aquarium. When mistakes were made and the fish would die, it bothered me so now I believe that releasing the the fish exactly where I caught them ASAP is the right thing to do to preserve the resource :yes: Also I don't turn fish in to the Share a Lunker program for similar reasons. From what I understand, a very small percentage of those donated actually are spawned successfully. If those same fish were released immediately after being caught, their spawn would be more successful and that same lake would receive a huge benefit. Guess I'm off on a tangent, but I am different like that and I bet you've already figured that out :)

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