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Blind bass #14070851 07/23/21 12:37 PM
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I caught this big blind bass at Arlington on a C-rig. I’ve caught 3 or 4 blind ones recently. I guess we need to set the hook quicker lol. Anybody else caught a glass eyed bass lately?


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Re: Blind bass [Re: James Biggs] #14071472 07/23/21 10:20 PM
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I consider "blind" as being blind in both eyes. I have caught numerous bass that were blind in one eye. Never caught one that was blind in both eyes. I don't know how they would survive.


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Re: Blind bass [Re: Rayzor] #14071477 07/23/21 10:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Rayzor
I consider "blind" as being blind in both eyes. I have caught numerous bass that were blind in one eye. Never caught one that was blind in both eyes. I don't know how they would survive.

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Caught a lot of one eyed bass.. In West Texas I think it happens a lot when fish are using some form of thorn bush as cover.
At Amistad and Falcon theres no form of tree or brush that wont stick you or prick you.

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Originally Posted by fishnfireman
Originally Posted by Rayzor
I consider "blind" as being blind in both eyes. I have caught numerous bass that were blind in one eye. Never caught one that was blind in both eyes. I don't know how they would survive.

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Caught a lot of one eyed bass.. In West Texas I think it happens a lot when fish are using some form of thorn bush as cover.
At Amistad and Falcon theres no form of tree or brush that wont stick you or prick you.


That actually makes a lot of sense!

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Nice fish James!

Re: Blind bass [Re: James Biggs] #14073279 07/26/21 12:51 AM
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Originally Posted by James Biggs
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Originally Posted by Rayzor
I consider "blind" as being blind in both eyes. I have caught numerous bass that were blind in one eye. Never caught one that was blind in both eyes. I don't know how they would survive.

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Caught a lot of one eyed bass.. In West Texas I think it happens a lot when fish are using some form of thorn bush as cover.
At Amistad and Falcon theres no form of tree or brush that wont stick you or prick you.


That actually makes a lot of sense!


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Originally Posted by Rayzor
I consider "blind" as being blind in both eyes. I have caught numerous bass that were blind in one eye. Never caught one that was blind in both eyes. I don't know how they would survive.


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