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15-lb. Alabama Bass Caught On Camera By Teen
A 13-year-old was videoing with his GoPro when the giant bass hit a Senko.
Emory Carver, a 13-year-old from Vestavia Hills, went to a Henry County private lake on Friday, June 26 dreaming of catching a 10-lb. bass. What he caught instead was maybe the eighth largest bass ever from Alabama.
The youngster landed a largemouth bass that on hand-held digital scales weighed 15.4 pounds. Converted to pounds and ounces, that’s 15-lbs., 6.4-ozs., and it is less than a pound and 2 ounces from the Alabama state record fish that weighed 16-lbs., 8-ozs. caught from a private lake in Shelby County in 1987.
Emory said it was about 7 a.m. when he cast a 6-inch Texas-rigged Gary Yamamoto Senko in a spot and felt the unmistakable thump of a fish inhaling the bait.
Full story: https://aonmag.com/fishing/15-lb-alabam ... a-by-teen/
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