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Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? #12691932
03/27/18 09:44 PM
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Anybody that's good at estimating give me an idea of what this fish weighs? It was about 20 inches. The senko used was a 5 inch bait. I'm guessing 6+ pounds but maybe that's wishful thinking. This is a Colorado Bass so it's like catching a 10+ in Texas. Lol



Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12691933
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Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12691941
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I'd say around 5#. Might be a little more prespawn. On the paper chart we use for paper tournaments 20" bass would be 4.7# Nice looking fish either way.

Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12691948
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Nice fish especially for Colo. I'd give it 6 pounds.

Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12691949
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My guess is 4 1/2 to 5.

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Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12691968
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It was the craziest 4 casts of my fishing life in Colorado. If that ones 6 then I caught two more 5's and a 5.5 the next three casts. Best part was my 7 year old son got to real one in and my gf got to real the 5.5 in.


Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12692034
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They all look to be between 4 and 5 but considering the lack of oxygen at those altitudes go ahead and call em 7#'s

Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12692042
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Probably 10 lbs. Looks like it goes from your cigar to your belt. 30 inches. Monster.

Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: Ranger1] #12692086
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Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: Chasin Hogs] #12692089
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Originally Posted By: Chasin Hogs
Probably 10 lbs. Looks like it goes from your cigar to your belt. 30 inches. Monster.


He said it was about 20 inches. I have caught a 22 inch smallmouth that wighed 6 pounds and were not that fat. Pretty fish.

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Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12692116
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Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12692125
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The trolls are out. Why go after the guy? I am thinking a lot of these people have never landed a "20 fatty. Have your fun. The man asked a simple question. Sad.

Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: waterwolves] #12692133
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Yeah ive caught a 9.5, a couple 8's, a 7, and several 6's out of Falcon. That was years ago though. This fish felt a lot bigger than 4.8. I guess I need to bring a scale next time because i'll never know. It felt like a 6+ to me bit it looks like im probably over estimating it.


Re: Can anybody estimate weight of this fish? [Re: fish4bass] #12692137
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Originally Posted By: fish4bass
The trolls are out. Why go after the guy? I am thinking a lot of these people have never landed a "20 fatty. Have your fun. The man asked a simple question. Sad.


Haha it's all good brother. I'm going to call it 5.75 and be thankful my son was with me.


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