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#10946404 - 06/29/15 10:07 AM 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass
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My dad and I took 1st place in the Sportsman's Bass Club tournament at Toledo Bend this past Saturday night. Our best 5 went 22.59 pounds, and I caught the big bass of 9.14 pounds. I just knew I had finally got a double digit when I got her in the boat!! It was an awesome night of fishing, and it made it even better to catch them with my dad.



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#10946421 - 06/29/15 10:14 AM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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Nice!!! Great job!!
Is that one your dad is holding dead? I know it happens I was just wondering. Not trying to stir the pot at all.
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#10946429 - 06/29/15 10:15 AM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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No, they were all alive.

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#10946445 - 06/29/15 10:22 AM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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congrats!
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#10946460 - 06/29/15 10:29 AM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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Great looking stringer and healthy fish!!!
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#10946501 - 06/29/15 10:49 AM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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Monster fish. Congrats to you and your Dad woot
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#10946592 - 06/29/15 11:27 AM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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Those are some great, healthy looking fish. Congrats!
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#10946648 - 06/29/15 11:55 AM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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Great job with first! And a 9 lb bass is a beast. Great stringer and a very nice kicker! Congrats
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#10947797 - 06/29/15 08:47 PM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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Congrats ! Better check your scale that looks like a DD. What a pig. Had to be a great time with your dad.


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#10947827 - 06/29/15 08:56 PM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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Excellent Mr. Phelps. Those are some great memories there. Any stories behind the catching to share? Lots of folks interested in night time fishing and need the help.
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#10947904 - 06/29/15 09:23 PM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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congrats and thanks for sharing. Nothing better than fishing with Dad

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#10947931 - 06/29/15 09:35 PM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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#10947953 - 06/29/15 09:43 PM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Donald Harper]
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Thanks everyone for the congrats. We found these fish last Saturday night while scouting for this tournament. The tournament started at 7pm and we did not have a bite until 11:00. I wanted to leave the spot to try other places, but my dad talked me into staying. I'm glad that he did!! He was sure that they were going to show up and start biting. It was like someone turned on a switch when they decided to bite, and it was on!!
We caught all of our fish on this same main lake point in 12 to 15 foot of water. We were throwing tx rig ole monster worms with 5/16 tungsten, with a bead, and a brass clacker.

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#10948022 - 06/29/15 10:09 PM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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#10987172 - 07/19/15 04:24 PM Re: 22.59 pound stringer with 9.14 big bass [Re: Brian Phelps]
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Originally Posted By: Brian Phelps
Thanks everyone for the congrats. We found these fish last Saturday night while scouting for this tournament. The tournament started at 7pm and we did not have a bite until 11:00. I wanted to leave the spot to try other places, but my dad talked me into staying. I'm glad that he did!! He was sure that they were going to show up and start biting. It was like someone turned on a switch when they decided to bite, and it was on!!
We caught all of our fish on this same main lake point in 12 to 15 foot of water. We were throwing tx rig ole monster worms with 5/16 tungsten, with a bead, and a brass clacker.


Excellent info. congrats. on a great night.
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