B. Everett Jordan Lake

Chatham - North Carolina

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Bass show outstanding growth rates and many are amazingly fat. An average Jordan largemouth can weigh over 6-pounds! The lake record stands at 14 pounds, 6 ounces! Nice Crappie, hybrid stripers and catfish. 13,900 acres A section of the B. Everett Jordan ...

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  1. Another HUGE Jordan Bass . This one weighed 7.5lbs

    7 lb. 8 oz. Largemouth Bass

    1. Rick Carey 0
      wow kid awesome fish
  2. 2 lb. 2 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Storm WildEye Swim Shads

  3. 2 lb. 7 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Storm WildEye Swim Shads

  4. Weeds along bank

    5 lb. 6 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Carolina Rig - Watermellon zoom trick worm

    1. Scott S 0
      Nice one
    2. Mark Murphy 0
      Great day on Jordan with a bunch of action from the small guys and a few nice ones as well.
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  5. Grass edges

    3 lb. Largemouth Bass with a Carolina rig

  6. He finally got to follow me to my honey hole and landed his new PB! It won’t be long before I get him into the 3+ pounders.

    1 lb. 4 oz. 14 in. Largemouth Bass with a Zoom Baby Brush Hog

    1. john stimson 0
      nice catch
  7. Broke my creek fishing PB about 6 times yesterday. My thumbs are shredded.

    2 lb. 8 oz. 16 in. Largemouth Bass with a Zoom Speed Worm

    1. Michael Zetts 0
      Sorry, meant Kaitlin
    2. Michael Zetts 0
      Kaitib, you are a mossy-back's worst nightmare. Go get 'em!
    3. Tim Crowley 0
      Awesome! (Capt Morris gets Bass handS- takes two hands to hold his monsters) you’ll get one sooner or later.
    4. john stimson 0
      always fun to brake those pb
    5. bass hand?????? Have you forgotten already???
    6. Robert Coleman 0
      Nothing like a good bass thumb! 👍👍👍👍
    7. Scott S 0
      Nice chunk
    8. Nice bass Kaitlin
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  8. Caught it right before sun up.

    3 lb. 4 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Storm WildEye Swim Shads

    1. Mark Murphy 0
      Thanks, heading out this evening!
    2. Ryan S 0
      about 8’-9’
    3. Mark Murphy 0
      Excellent fish. How deep may I ask?
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  9. What happened to this bass? I’m thinking he escaped the beak of a heron or talons of a raptor when he was younger. Clearly the kink in his back and lack of spiny ...more dorsal fin isn’t slowing him down at all. Even with the tail of a baby bullhead catfish sticking out of his throat, he still didn’t pass up a Zoom worm dessert!

    14 in. Largemouth Bass with a Zoom Speed Worm

    1. Scott S 0
      That's one lucky bass. I bet he is second guessing eating that purple worm, but still lived to tell about it.
    2. Probably a heron or egret got ahold of him when he was younger. An eagle's talons would have punctured the swim bladder and the fish would die even if it managed ...more to get away.
    3. Mark Murphy 0
      Nice. I was out this morning and nothing. Tough one.
    4. some predator almost had a Bass dinner😁
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