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Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gary Paris] #12988124 12/07/18 07:56 PM
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Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gary Paris] #12988316 12/07/18 10:09 PM
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Thank you for the great post!


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Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gary Paris] #12988352 12/07/18 10:39 PM
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at Fork they are called Bar-fish or yellow bass. They are everywhere, well at least I think so...they love minnows, and we don't have a
problem catching them. Most we catch are between 6"-10" and their gill plates are like razor blades. But, fun to catch when the day goes slow...
Some bass fisherman say that schools of barfish are where the big bass hang out.... fish

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Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gary Paris] #12988374 12/07/18 11:08 PM
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Well shoot yall made me dig out some more pics to prove I know what a yellow bass looks like lol the one in the top right of the cooler is a yellow along with the bottom pic.

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Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gary Paris] #12992976 12/12/18 05:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Gary Paris
Well shoot yall made me dig out some more pics to prove I know what a yellow bass looks like lol the one in the top right of the cooler is a yellow along with the bottom pic.

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Nice catch, but every jr game warden worth his salt knows you have to check the tooth patch.
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Nice yellows though.

Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gary Paris] #12993923 12/13/18 03:27 AM
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Big old slabs.



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Nice catch! I have never seen a yellow bass that big before. Usually the ones I have caught are not much bigger than the slab I was using.


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Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gary Paris] #12994596 12/13/18 10:42 PM
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I actually think they are some kind of hybrid yellow. But they do grow rather large in Lake Fork. On a side note, can somebody do something about this rain

Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gary Paris] #12994643 12/13/18 11:54 PM
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Whatever they are, they must have been fun catching those. Pull like a mule.

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How deep are those .



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I'm eating crow tonight.

After calling out Gary on those yellow bass (not sand bass as I had incorrectly and foolishly reported), I did a little research. Yep. I was wrong as rain. I never really paid attention to them, but the yellow bass do grow to that size. So what I have called a sand bass may well have been a big yellow bass. Please accept my apology.

The moral here for me. Chose your words wisely for you may have to eat them later.

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Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gary Paris] #12996001 12/15/18 01:14 PM
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Gamblinman, spoken kike a true gentleman. Admitting it, you move on to being correct in your views.
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Re: Lake Fork Crappie 12/5/18 [Re: Gamblinman] #12996093 12/15/18 03:41 PM
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They kinda remind me of Hybrid bass I have caught on Rayburn in the past....cross between white bass and striper.

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