here is a few bass! nice fish

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this is from my trip a few days back. been busy so i havent posted much
they were all bigger then 3 lbs largest being over 6 lbs! i caught a lot of fish that day!
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Sweet fish! Where is this at?
 
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That same fish was over 7lb in 5-23 pics?

That same fish was over 7lb in 5-23 pics?

Did it loose weight?Same spot and same fish
 
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Nice fish brother. So I used your wedding rings up @ Timothy lake a few weeks ago. Sadly I kept getting snagged up and lost a couple of em but I Gave a couple to my buddy and he got a couple rainbows on em. I think they were a little big for lake trout but they seem to work nice and spin well. Thanks again brother.
 
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Carrot Sticks are so awesome oh man I could kiss mine...I think I might
 
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Very impressive! Could I ask for lure/technique suggestions?
 
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Nice fish brother. So I used your wedding rings up @ Timothy lake a few weeks ago. Sadly I kept getting snagged up and lost a couple of em but I Gave a couple to my buddy and he got a couple rainbows on em. I think they were a little big for lake trout but they seem to work nice and spin well. Thanks again brother.

im sorry to hear they didn't work for ya! but ill tell ya, use them weightless when trplling them at low speeds! this is when they shine
 
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Very impressive! Could I ask for lure/technique suggestions?

i use a few different things, but the easiest for someone would be a weightless senko! let it float to the bottom then when it hits let it sit then raise the pole like a flag pole! repeat a few times
 
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Never tried a Senko - obviously I should! Texas rigged, wacky,?
 
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Ya I kept throwing a few splitshots on there on the back of our boat. Too much weight for sure. But I still have a couple more left which I will use soon. Thanks again brother.
 
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