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Big fish at new spot. A snagged large fish scale helped us:) #13366392 12/09/19 05:46 PM
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In my previous video, we found 3 fishing spots, and I got a big bass on spot B. Today I tried spot C for the first time to see if I can get big fish too.

We once had doubt about our location choice as there was no big fish in the morning. Luckily we snagged a large fish scale, which convinced to stick to the spot longer and helped us get larger fish.

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Here is the video, enjoy wink

Re: Big fish at new spot. A snagged large fish scale helped us:) [Re: fishingap] #13368422 12/11/19 03:03 AM
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Solid post and fish. Good job. thumb




IGFA World Record Rio Grande Cichlid. Lake Dunlap.

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Re: Big fish at new spot. A snagged large fish scale helped us:) [Re: banker-always fishing] #13368440 12/11/19 03:17 AM
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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
Solid post and fish. Good job. thumb


Thank you. The place has larger based on the scale we snagged. Need to explore more smile

Re: Big fish at new spot. A snagged large fish scale helped us:) [Re: fishingap] #13370356 12/12/19 05:58 PM
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That area and day look glorious, and the fish aren't too bad either.

Very nice!

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Re: Big fish at new spot. A snagged large fish scale helped us:) [Re: Indianation65] #13371162 12/13/19 01:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Indianation65
That area and day look glorious, and the fish aren't too bad either.

Very nice!

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Thank you. The recent cold fronts have brought plenty of water and it'll likely get better next year.

The only downside is that fishing is not allowed in most of my local lakes after sunset, which makes it harder to hook big ones. I miss the fun night sessions at this time of the year on the pier of Ray Roberts so much grin grin

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Re: Big fish at new spot. A snagged large fish scale helped us:) [Re: fishingap] #13372426 12/14/19 04:31 PM
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Just curious, what time of day did most of the action happen for you?

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Re: Big fish at new spot. A snagged large fish scale helped us:) [Re: Indianation65] #13373084 12/15/19 10:36 AM
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Good question. It varies a lot for this lake, depending on wind, cloud cover and current.

For this particular day, the active bites from carp started around 3pm. The large mouth basses bit in the morning when the wind picked up.
Originally Posted by Indianation65
Just curious, what time of day did most of the action happen for you?

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Re: Big fish at new spot. A snagged large fish scale helped us:) [Re: fishingap] #13455670 02/29/20 05:13 PM
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That looks like a heraBuna set up your fishing with.


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