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#11089282 - 09/07/15 09:34 PM Twin Buttes *PB*
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Caught my biggest fish from a kayak this morning. Measured 23" long, no idea what it weighed. Also drowned my first combo from the kayak today frown

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#11089499 - 09/08/15 05:44 AM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Magged Out]
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Registered: 10/28/11
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Loc: Cleburne,Tx
Nice bud! thumb

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#11089518 - 09/08/15 06:16 AM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Magged Out]
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Loc: Texas
7.41 pounds according to the TPWD estimator. TPWD has surveyed many fish to come up with a pretty reliable guess.

Great fish! Brad

How much does that bass weigh?

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#11089710 - 09/08/15 08:28 AM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Brad R]
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Good stuff sir. That's a solid aquatic animal!

Originally Posted By: Brad R
7.41 pounds according to the TPWD estimator. TPWD has surveyed many fish to come up with a pretty reliable guess.

Great fish! Brad

How much does that bass weigh?

That is an awesome tool! Thank you for sharing that, I didn't know it existed.


Edited by Rhino68W (09/08/15 08:32 AM)
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#11089719 - 09/08/15 08:30 AM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Brad R]
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Registered: 01/21/11
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Nice fish and congrats! cheers Sorry about the combo but catching a big toad makes it a little less bitter roflmao


Originally Posted By: Brad R
7.41 pounds according to the TPWD estimator. TPWD has surveyed many fish to come up with a pretty reliable guess.

Great fish! Brad

How much does that bass weigh?

I fished two different bodies of water this weekend. In a creek/river I caught a 17" bass and it weighed 3.53#. It was a chunk. In a lake I caught a 19" and it weighed 2.58#. It was long and skinny. The chart is probably a good standard but it all depends on what they are eating and the water they are in.
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#11090036 - 09/08/15 11:29 AM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Magged Out]
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That's a Fatty, Congrats on the New PB!
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#11090182 - 09/08/15 12:49 PM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Todd™]
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Originally Posted By: Todd™
Nice fish and congrats! cheers Sorry about the combo but catching a big toad makes it a little less bitter roflmao


Originally Posted By: Brad R
7.41 pounds according to the TPWD estimator. TPWD has surveyed many fish to come up with a pretty reliable guess.

Great fish! Brad

How much does that bass weigh?

I fished two different bodies of water this weekend. In a creek/river I caught a 17" bass and it weighed 3.53#. It was a chunk. In a lake I caught a 19" and it weighed 2.58#. It was long and skinny. The chart is probably a good standard but it all depends on what they are eating and the water they are in.

Yes Sir it did! Till I got home and had to tell mama. The Daiwa you bought me for Christmas is at the bottom of Twin Buttes wife whip

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#11090184 - 09/08/15 12:50 PM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Magged Out]
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Thanks Fellas cheers

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#11091140 - 09/08/15 09:22 PM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Magged Out]
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Registered: 10/24/06
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Nice fish. Loved the camera angle on the first pic...much better than a pic of a bass on a hawg trough, IMHO.

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#11091160 - 09/08/15 09:33 PM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Magged Out]
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Twin Buttes has water in it? So glad to hear it. Great bass, too.
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#11091272 - 09/08/15 10:48 PM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Magged Out]
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Nice fish. Congrats on the PB! cheers
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#11091401 - 09/09/15 05:49 AM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Magged Out]
Justin25141 Offline
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Registered: 02/15/15
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Loc: McKinney. TX
Congrats man!! banana

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#11091406 - 09/09/15 06:00 AM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Lane H.]
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Originally Posted By: Lane H.
Twin Buttes has water in it? So glad to hear it. Great bass, too.


Came up pretty good last year, rised about 4' this spring. Still lots of water out there for now.

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#11099310 - 09/12/15 09:14 PM Re: Twin Buttes *PB* [Re: Magged Out]
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Registered: 03/10/15
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Loc: Odessa
Originally Posted By: Magged Out
Originally Posted By: Lane H.
Twin Buttes has water in it? So glad to hear it. Great bass, too.


Came up pretty good last year, rised about 4' this spring. Still lots of water out there for now.



Then that is back on my list of places to check out! Used to love fishing it as a kid.
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