Bass Fishermen Pictures 4

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16 lb 4 oz Largemouth!

Josh tricked this hawg with a 10" worm while fishing a private pond in Plant City, Florida.

He caught it in February 2014. Time of day was early evening between 5:00 and 8:00 P.M. and the water temperature was 71-80 degrees.

Bass fishermen pictures like this one tell the tale.

18.75" Largemouth

Bruce caught this nice 18.75" largemouth out of Lake Keowee in South Carolina.

On an early May morning, between 5:00 and 8:00 A.M., he hooked up this beauty with a 1/2 ounce X-Caliber lipless crankbait in Sexy Shad color.

Didn't give us a weight.

Caught her on May 29, 2014.

8lb 2oz, 22" Hawg

Caught on an early May morning between 5:00 and 8:00 AM.

She was in Rodman Reservoir off a Lilly pad point. Water temp 71-80 degrees.

Tim fooled her with a gold Boy Howdy.

We'd all like to have one of these in our personal collection of bass fishermen pictures.

Nice River Smallie

Roger landed this 3.79lb brown bass in the Musselshell River. She was hiding in the shade of a tree below a long run not more than 15"-18" from shore.He lured her from hiding with a black/blue Jig-n-Pig dressed out with a black/blue Craw Pappy.

He caught her in May between 1:00 and 5:00 in the afternoon. The water was 51-55 degrees.

Love the hat!!

Another hawg. Same month, November; same time period, between 5:00 and 8:00 PM.

This lake largemouth came on a Rapala Splitback silver/black color.

Eric caught this largemouth beauty on a watermelon/flake Yamamoto Flappin Hawg.

It was early evening in November, between 5:00 and 8:00 PM on lake structure.

Happy Guy!

Cory caught this nice smallmouth this past August. He was fishing in 20' water among boulders when he hooked her on a Yamamoto Kreature on 4lb Maxima line.

He landed her early evening in water that was somewhere between 61-65 degrees.

Always catch and release!

Cory Likes Catching Bass - What a Smile!

I was using a 6 inch Kut Tail on a football jig in a part of the lake I always had a feeling held big fish. The area has lots of logs, rocks, and gets deep pretty quick close to a point. The hard part is... lots of snags.

I walked my worm to directly under me. I paused and felt a little resistance. I'd pull, it would pull right back. But it really like I had snagged a branch, not a bass. So I pulled harder and kinda gave it a quick jerk. That's when my reel screamed! I fought her for a good 15 to 20 minutes.

I could hardly stand up my knees were weak from all the excitement. I look forward to our next battle.

A Largemouth "Two-Fer"

Jonathon caught these two largemouth bass in July on Normandy Lake. They were caught at the same time on a single Rapala DT-16 crankbait while cranking a rock bottom.

One weighed in at 5.23 lbs (took the front hook) and the other 3.46 lbs (took the back hook).

The water temperature was 80 plus degrees and he hooked them up sometime between 5:00-8:00 PM.

Fall Bass Fishing - Cool, Crisp Mornings and Hungry Largemouth Bass

"Well, I hooked this one dragging a 10" Berkley Power Bait "Power Worm" on a Texas rig.

She had the worm for breakfast just after the sun broke over the tree tops on a great October morning here in Minnesota."

Adam shows off a couple of very nice smallies he caught July 4th the summer of 2012. He caught them in a reservoir close to his home around 8:00 PM.

Didn't share its length, weight or lure he caught it with.

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On May 12th I had a fisherman's dream day.

Caught on a Zoom 8", pumpkin seed, Texas rigged lizard in a private lake. It weighed 7.75lbs, my biggest ever!

"I appreciate your website because for someone like me who is motivated to learn more to get better, it is a tremendous resource."

Walter Calhoun
Flournoy and Calhoun Realtors

I spotted a stone retaining wall on the other side of the lake. I Texas rigged a 6" red plastic worm with an action tail then walked over to this spot.

"There were tons of bream beds along the wall. I saw that the water got darker just past the bream beds. I threw further into the dark water and I felt a thump?  She had it! I pulled and had a good hookset and landed her."

She was 5lbs 7oz. I then took her around to a good shallow spot and she took off. Catch and release!"

Dale Hollow Smallmouth Bass

A 20" smallmouth caught on Dale Hollow Lake November 2012.

Dale Hollow Smallmouth Bass

A nice 20" smallmouth caught just before Thanksgiving on Dale Hollow Lake using a blade bait.

 Largemouth Bass 7lb 10oz

"Caught this 7lb 10oz largemouth bass on Lake Greenwood in South Carolina February 1st of this year.

She was caught on a spinnerbait that I built from scratch!"

Another February Largemouth Bass - 9lb 1oz

"Best largemouth of last year. She weighed 9lbs 1oz. I caught her on a jerkbait in late February."

"Good day on the lake with a good friend."
"God blessed."

"These February, Greenwood lake, largemouths were all caught on either lipless crankbaits "skooched" along the bottom, jerkbaits or spinnerbaits.

If you turn your attention away from catching some of the smaller males that move up a little early you can catch the fish of a lifetime around February in the South."

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"Caught this one in early fall at 6:00 AM in a small lake in Upstate New York on live bait. She weighed in at 7.8 lbs."

"A very Pleasing topwater encounter early morning at Lake 5, Santee Lakes. She weighed 6 lbs. caught her on a Jackall Bowstick."

Bishimi tells us this largemouth hawg was hunkered down in the deep weed line of a Brooklyn lake. But he enticed her to hit a 3" blue flake worm and the fight was on. You can see who won.

Gerry says this beauty was caught in August 2012 on a 4" Gulp Alive Camo Crawdad.

He had it rigged on a split-shot and hooked up in only three feet of water in a small cove filled with a ton of submerged brush.

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