A big fish. 16.75 pound largemouth

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mark poulson
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A big fish. 16.75 pound largemouth

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WOW!
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Just unbelievable, I'd be smiling like that too! Might even consider "retiring" from bass fishing after a catch like that, everything else you catch after that is a dink by comparison and think of all the money you would save!
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And to think, he’s not even in a $50-100,000 bass boat like a lot of us have!!
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Way to go Scott!
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Very healthy bass, remains of the 80’s when Izy was a potential bass WR lake.
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Didn't Steve Merlo used to fish Elizabeth a lot?
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I think Steve Merlo had an 17 or 18 out of Issy way back in the 80's
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