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Chuck7 04-01-2014 01:46 PM

Possible tie for bass record...WHAT A DAY!!
 
Dang!! Pics on the way....!! I was flipping and pitching my black trick worm when I had a hit that about broke my wrist. The rod slammed against the boat...I used my entire body to set the hook...I thought it was a giant gator...I'm so glad I had my 40 pound braid on...Whatever it was pulled the boat about 10 feet and then I felt the slack..Oh my goodness..fattest bass I ever saw...after 3 more runs my wife swooped her up..My scales showed 23 pounds..FREAKED me out..I'm still shaking and my heart is pounding. We rushed the fish to a nearby tackle shop and it was 22. 87 pounds...a new world record...a pril fool.
C7

buckhunter14 04-01-2014 04:15 PM

I wish you the best C7, hoping you are on them spawning females down there. Really looking forward to the ice coming off the lakes in the coming weeks.

buckman11 04-01-2014 09:26 PM

wow man that is one big bass. my biggest was about 5 pounds, and I considerd that a big fish

Chuck7 04-02-2014 12:55 AM

Hey thanks Buck...I hope you all noticed the April Fools at the bottoom of the thread...If that was a true story, you would have seen me on the 6:00 news..lol

In all seriousness, I have been catching many bass but no giants. I think I know what might be happening. Normally I'm a die hard flipping and pitching man...well, this year there is not much of a structured shoreline. Bass can spawn in water in 2-8 feet if neccessary. Well, recently I've been catching my bigger fish in 5 feet of water on my drifting rod. When I can't find the fish I'll pitch and lay a second rod over my foot drifting in the secondaries 4-8 foot...lately I've been catching them on that secondary rod. If you try this...use braid on your secondary rod, mono has a tendency to kink up when drifting a worm, even a non- curly tail.

buckman11 04-02-2014 07:54 AM

oh dear....it appears ive been fooled

jrbsr 04-03-2014 04:42 AM

http://www.bassmaster.com/news/georg...d-record-bass#

buckman11 04-03-2014 07:19 AM

thanks for posting that. great story.


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