Discussion in 'Washington Freshwater Lakes & Rivers Reports' started by Cohoho, Aug 6, 2019.
Big kid! The one and only Justin!!! Lol
Lots of big end of the keeper sized range!
And some little ones to show they aren’t all good sized!!
That first one has a defective nose!
We got an 8ft one several years ago with no nose at all, only the cavity. It was completely healed, looked like an alien for sure. Not sure how it found food, but it was strong and healthy..
Fuck me. Do you fish every day.
If you consider a Smallmouth Bass a real fish then the answer is yes! lol
Great job Mike...so what is your best recipe for them. You can them? That is the only way I've had them, and it was tasty.....
I’d rather catch and release! Don't get me wrong they are good eaten, butter and garlic cooked on low on a grill!! But I’m the happiest guy alive when they stopped the kill fishery and/or for limited days.. I get all the good holes to my self, no crowds, no body else out! It is my relaxing fun filled fishery!!
You didn't tell him to smile Mike? bastard!
I will correct that next time...
Great fish and nice pics ! But I’m not so sure I would have them online if your a Washington angler or guide .. just sayin
Some about in whole from water comes to mind ..
Awsome getting him on fish though !
Thanks Detective - Biggest was 53" so enjoy shitting elsewhere in the future.
Read the post a little better, C&R of fish on the big end of Keeper sized..
Even a 54" to the fork of the tail fish is over 60+" total length, but NOT an oversized fish.
"Oversized sturgeon cannot be removed totally or in part from the water"
I remember that one !!
His dad lets you take him out alone?
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