I love those pin minnows, beautiful fish.
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We got this guy, another 42" and a 4lb LM today all on spinnerbaits I make. 1.5 oz.
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The Nautilus, an IS Lariat and S crank 2.0 getting it done. I need to get a damn a scale
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Cristo wrote:The Nautilus, an IS Lariat and S crank 2.0 getting it done. I need to get a damn a scale
You would be better off with a vinyl decal ruler in a yak. It is very easy to see if a fish is fat, skinny, or in between. Once you know the length, and the general health of the fish, you can use the largemouth length/weight chart to estimate. The estimates are usually very close.
Biggest bass of the trip. Caught it on a Shadow rap. I'm new to jerkbaits so it was a lot of fun. Those cold water okoboji bass fight harder than any bass I've caught locally or in past trips to the ozarks. 4 pounds feels like 8.
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