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Bass Fishing at Local Pond

Discussion in 'Fishing Forum' started by dirtydawg10, May 23, 2011.

  1. dirtydawg10

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    I went bass fishing at a local pond yesterday with a couple of buddies. Turns out it was a nice little pond and I ended up landing 41 largemouth. It was a fun time. Nothing in there was huge (the biggest one I caught was just shy of 16" and just over 1-1/2lbs) but it was non-stop catching all day. Here's a pic showing all 41...

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    Very nice, D. I love fishin' ponds and small lakes...always hungry fish in 'em.

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    Successful fishing!!
     
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    very nice fish, i see you went with quantity over quality hahaha, but seriously though that must have been a good day.
     
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    It was definitely quantity over quality in that pond. Not by choice though :)
     
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    hahaha, at least you dident get skunked
     

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