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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: bass fishing
« on: June 16, 2010, 01:53:15 PM »
Big LMB, is not very impressive for table fare.  A big pike tastes better, I mean a little pike. ;D

Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: bass fishing
« on: June 13, 2010, 10:21:34 AM »
Thoh!  I had to harvest a LMB after it gut hooked my peewee pop-r.  Big one too, 18 inches.  I'm gonna wonder how this one is gonna taste like.  Hopefully it wont have to go into the nasty fish category.  ;)

Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: bass fishing
« on: June 10, 2010, 03:41:55 PM »
I wont go by weight but I'll go by length  :2funny:

How do the shad taste like?

Now if Riqci mounts the dogfish next to his wall of bass, I'll be impressed more with the dogfish.  O0

And maybe a big 4' long gar to go with it too.

Wow! I've never seen such fat white crappies and a hybrid too.  Or maybe they're all hybrids.  :o

Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: bass fishing
« on: June 04, 2010, 10:45:36 AM »
So I was just wondering if anybody ever go to iowa for the wipers? Went there late april and landed a nearly record breaker whiper! Its in the process of being mounted oh..... I can't wait...its funny cause the taxidermist said he hadn't seen one in 20years and then gave me a total...... ??? Its the biggest fish I've caught from there "Ill get some pics for y'all soon  ;D people say its accidental for these fishes but there is a way.....hook a fat head and a big ass sinker!

The other way.  1 oz mimic minnow.  1 oz buck tail jig.  1 oz. Kastmaster.  Then getting very lucky.

Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: bass fishing
« on: May 19, 2010, 08:56:58 PM »
My only problem with big bass is setting the hook too soon.  >:D  When you see a huge wave come at your lure, it's a big fish.

I went fishing and about the only fish I caught were some gar's.  Small ones of about 2 feet long to big ones of about 4 feet long.  I'd rather be catching some dogfish, at least they put up much better fights than dragging dead logs that jumps.

Now that's what I'll call a treble hook!  ;)

Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: bass fishing
« on: April 02, 2010, 08:46:14 PM »
No Whitebazz on St.Croix where I tried...lots of Bronzebazz.   >:D  I still can't believe whiteboyz are in such a hurry to get to spot a few hundred feet in front of me.  We already know what they be fishing for.  I came back and WOT on them on.   >:D  The fish ain't even biting yet.  Can't some people show a little respect and patience.  Go figure...

Hmmm...I guess I complain a lot.  ;D

I need some aquarium fish! For my little boy.

Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: bass fishing
« on: March 30, 2010, 04:51:21 PM »
Just a regular cranking battery - Get an Interstate - cheap.  They make the Optima's.  Not that the price will justify it for you, depends.

Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: bass fishing
« on: March 28, 2010, 09:38:59 PM »
Very professional job!

10,000 lakes....but only about 100 good lakes to fish in.  :D

I can only probably name like 10 lakes that I would call good fishing lakes, but not in the same year. ;D

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