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jeager106

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Late Indian Summer bass.
« on: November 11, 2015, 10:58:30 AM »

Today it's sunny and in the 60's so I just had to rig up a rod and hit Dee's
2 acre pond. (Dee is my g-friend)
So far I have 7 fat 2 to 4 pound large mouth in the wire fish basket.
I keep them in the fish basket because it causes no damage to the bass and
if not wanted or enough for a mess I can release them unharmed to be caught
another day.
I think these 7 or going to the chopping block as that's enough for a good dinner
for a couple people.
Caught them all on a small sinking River Runt but I think they would have hit
a bent screw driver this day. ;)
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Re: Late Indian Summer bass.
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2015, 09:08:32 PM »

Sounds like a great way to spend the day Del. Winter is when I do most of my fishing here in Northern CA. In another month or so the stripers will be biting down on the Sacramento river delta, I know a couple decent places to shore fish there since I no longer have a boat. Down on the delta we have Striped bass, both large and smallmouth bass, and channel catfish along with both white and green sturgeon. The greens are protected and must be immediately released. Some huge white sturgeon in there but unfortunately it requires boat access to get to them.
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