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#11522798 - 04/05/16 09:12 AM Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs
Spring Lizard Waterdog Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 04/03/09
Posts: 995
Loc: Providence Village Texas
If you're interested in how and where I caught these big bass my book is available by clicking on this link: http://www.thebookpatch.com/BookStore/th...42-419e6412f908

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#11522810 - 04/05/16 09:16 AM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
kellisag Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 12/08/06
Posts: 1396
Loc: SETX
Plug Plug Plug

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#11522812 - 04/05/16 09:18 AM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
5Redman8 Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 10/15/07
Posts: 2546
Loc: Forney
After this much SPAM.....I wouldn't buy your book for a dollar.

You're giving Donald Harper a run for his money!

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#11522874 - 04/05/16 09:47 AM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: 5Redman8]
kellisag Offline
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Registered: 12/08/06
Posts: 1396
Loc: SETX
Originally Posted By: 5Redman8
After this much SPAM.....I wouldn't buy your book for a dollar.

Your giving Donald Harper a run for his money!


LOL! I wonder how many more 7-10 lb bass could have been caught from these spots with a diamond dust hank parker minnow scented living rubber $43 spinnerbait.

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#11522931 - 04/05/16 10:13 AM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
jcarring99 Offline
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Registered: 01/15/05
Posts: 12268
Loc: Arlngton
LOL you guys are brutal!


Edited by jcarring99 (04/05/16 10:15 AM)

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#11522979 - 04/05/16 10:39 AM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
KickerFish29 Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 04/26/10
Posts: 2580
Loc: Eagle Mtn,Texas
popcorn
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#11523179 - 04/05/16 12:08 PM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: kellisag]
Chris Borden Offline
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 03/23/10
Posts: 4962
Loc: Granbury
Originally Posted By: Kent Ellis (AgFshr10)
Originally Posted By: 5Redman8
After this much SPAM.....I wouldn't buy your book for a dollar.

Your giving Donald Harper a run for his money!


LOL! I wonder how many more 7-10 lb bass could have been caught from these spots with a diamond dust hank parker minnow scented living rubber $43 spinnerbait.


Harsh but it's funny!

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#11523311 - 04/05/16 12:55 PM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
Karl Dietz Offline
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Registered: 07/07/13
Posts: 925
Loc: Weatherford, Texas
Hey, isn't this the plug and announcement forum?

BTW, I enjoyed the book!
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#11523352 - 04/05/16 01:16 PM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Karl Dietz]
5Redman8 Offline
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Registered: 10/15/07
Posts: 2546
Loc: Forney
Originally Posted By: Karl Dietz
Hey, isn't this the plug and announcement forum?

BTW, I enjoyed the book!


It was moved to P&A from the Bass Fishing section.

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#11523359 - 04/05/16 01:21 PM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
Karl Dietz Offline
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Registered: 07/07/13
Posts: 925
Loc: Weatherford, Texas
cheers
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#11523832 - 04/05/16 05:09 PM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
RedSkeeter Offline



Registered: 04/12/05
Posts: 12916
Loc: Emory, Texas
I've seen that boat, or one like it a couple of weeks ago on Fork... grin
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#11524861 - 04/06/16 08:28 AM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
Nutman Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 11/01/13
Posts: 2634
Loc: Athens, TX
It is a great book for us "older" guys.
Printed in 2nd grade size font & only 86 pages long, so it only takes few hours to read.
Buy it for the stories and not the "map". Thos places are either gone(changed) or all fished out.
But the stories are great.
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#11534683 - 04/11/16 12:53 PM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
Spring Lizard Waterdog Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 04/03/09
Posts: 995
Loc: Providence Village Texas
My fishing buddies in Louisiana tell me the fish are back in the old structure holes in the grass now.
Might have to make another run over my 17 mile stretch of big bass holes.
All of the spots I marked on my map in my book have one thing in common drops in water depth. Many of them quick stair stepping from 5-10-17-20-35ft into creeks. All within one cast length.
Ken Addington set up a lunch at Uncle Bucks this Friday in Grapevine. We are going to talk big bass fishing techniques where and how to catch them. Everyone is welcome to come if you are interested.


Edited by Spring Lizard Waterdog (04/13/16 09:58 AM)

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#11550711 - 04/18/16 03:45 PM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
Tbendbass Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 04/18/16
Posts: 3
Loc: Toledo Bend
Enjoyed reading your book. I'm amazed y'all found those log piles with just a flasher. I have a difficult time interpreting what I see on modern side and down scan. I want to learn though as I remember an elite tour pro tell a story about having his rod jerked out of his hand after fishing a jig over a log pile in the southern half of TB in the elite tournament in June 2012. BTW I found some black Bassbuster hair jigs on eBay. Haven't tried them yet.

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#11561994 - 04/24/16 09:53 AM Re: Nearly 1,000 bass 7-10lbs [Re: Spring Lizard Waterdog]
Spring Lizard Waterdog Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 04/03/09
Posts: 995
Loc: Providence Village Texas
The hair jig was overtaken with the introduction of rubber skirted jigs. It is my experience that in old weather the hair jig will out perform a rubber jig. Hair jigs are very popular in the north for smallmouth and walleye. I personally believe a hair jig offers a Breyer replica of the fins of a crappie or bream due to the fine thickness of the true buck tail hair. Black and yellow and black and orange are my colors of choice.

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