Bass for Breakfast???

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Went out to my favorite private pond this morning and hooked into this nice girl. Her belly was so fat!!! What a way to start the weekend OFF...
 
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about to spawn for sure
 
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holy cow thats a beast
 
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huh, when was this caught? sweet jesus, lakes are still to cold around coos bay to catch any, but my steelhead and trout are still biting......just getting impatient waiting for the largemouth to start up
 
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Which taste better, fresh trout or fresh bass?:D

It's a matter of opinion. IMO bass is alright and native trout is really good depending on the water it came from. And hatchery trout is not that good to me unless it's a holdover.
 
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huh, when was this caught? sweet jesus, lakes are still to cold around coos bay to catch any, but my steelhead and trout are still biting......just getting impatient waiting for the largemouth to start up

I caught her this past Saturday (04/04/09) at a private pond. Water temps are getting warmer, so won't be long before bigger bodies of water start producing. Just remember to WORK IT SLOW at first!
 
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Which taste better, fresh trout or fresh bass?:D

All a matter of opinion. I would say trout for sure, but I know others who just love bass. Although I titled my original threat "bass for breakbast," (caught it early morning) I NEVER keep any of the bass I catch-just the way I was brought up I suppose. Hard to beat a fresh steelhead in my opinion.
 
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