1. Details: Largemouth Bass with a kvd sexy shad crank bait sqaure bill

    A nice 8 1/2 pound bass

    1. Sean Wilms 0
      i gotcha @freshlife the heavy short bass do look kinda of stupid
    2. freshlife 0
      Statement. @seaturtles I was really just making a statement because a lot of people just post length and no weight and it drives me crazy! Lmao
    3. freshlife 0
      @seaturtles it was a fish I caught years ago before cellphones so Ill have to dig through my pics and take a pic of a pic lol I'm not saying this fish is 8 or ...more not I was just commenting on the length..
    4. Sean Wilms 0
      i get what ur saying @freshlife what 7lber are u talking about though?
    5. freshlife 0
      @seaturtles I'm not trying to be rude or argue just saying👍 that 7lber did look retarded lol! I just notice a lot of people measure bass and state and world ...more rec and bassmasters go by weight.
    6. Sean Wilms 0
      looking at the girth of that fish its not 8lbs, if a 21" fish is 8lbs it better sad twice the length of the head @tyjohn2002, i see what u r saying @freshlife ...more but that fish isnt 8lbs
    7. freshlife 0
      I don't know what this fish weighs but @seaturtles the length of a fish means nothing. I've caught a 7lb bass that wasn't even 20inchs and I've caught ...more a 9 that was 3in shorter than my 8.lol
    8. tyjohn2002 0
      I'm just going by what the scale said @seaturtles
    9. Sean Wilms 0
      sorry but u need to reweigh it, a 21" bass is about 4 1/2 maybe 5 lbs, still a nice fish
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    Throwing a crick hopper with light twitches making it stay on top of the water

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    Fishing a bomber reel slow with light twitches

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  7. Details: Largemouth Bass with a tight lines uv beavers

    I just bought tight lines uv beavers could any one tell me how to use them or if they work

    1. tyjohn2002 0
      Ok thanks @caledake
    2. caledake 0
      Yes. Just the tip of the tail. Drives them crazyish lol
    3. tyjohn2002 0
      Ok will green chartruce work that's all I got @caledake
    4. caledake 0
      Spike-it the tips of the tails of the green pumpkin colors or colors close to that with chartruce spike it
    5. tyjohn2002 0
      Thanks @Bigwreck81 @Hunter_memmott
    6. Adam Galbreath 0
      Texas rig with tungsten weight and a flipping hook. Fish it in any type of cover
    7. Hunter_memmott 0
      Texas rig them and flip them in cover
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  8. Details: Other Freshwater with a rebel minnow popper

    My mud fish

    1. greatness627 0
      Appreciate the "follow" buddy. Looking forward to your blerts. @tyjohn2002
  9. Details: Largemouth Bass with a anything

    For anything that is in Georgia

    1. eastonsutley 0
      I also tie my own flies I would suggest a Adams dry fly
    2. tyjohn2002 0
      I will try it @elkaholic
    3. tyjohn2002 0
      Thanks @wolfman
    4. dallin dallin 0
      It's easy and way cheaper than buying proffesional flies. Also it gives you a wide range of flies.@tyjohn2002
    5. dallin dallin 0
      I tie my own flies, I would highly recommend doing it I think it is the greatest thing when you catch a fish on something you made. Just go down to the river look ...more at what's hatching and imitate it.
    6. Calvin Wolf 0
      I agree on the wooly buggers. Also try clouser minnows, and bead head nymphs
    7. tyjohn2002 0
      Thanks I will give it a try @txkayaker @fisherman1227 @shawnc
    8. shawn lawire 0
      For trout
    9. shawn lawire 0
      Evenings r best with small dry flys in may and June
    10. fisherman1227 0
      You should try a popper that has a flat head like a cork so it floats
    11. Dale Hively 0
      @tyjohn2002 wooly boogers
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