Largmouth from Carter's

1eyefishing

...just joking, seriously.
Sweet!
 
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by all means

please explain yourself. I don't see any bashing.

Myself, I am just a rabid "Roll Tide" fan!

So, I am going to just expect that was not for me.

And, I love largemouth bass. I am the president and founder of the fillet and release club. And those will be some nice fillets.

Way to go young man!

s&r
 
please explain yourself. I don't see any bashing.

Myself, I am just a rabid "Roll Tide" fan!

So, I am going to just expect that was not for me.

And, I love largemouth bass. I am the president and founder of the fillet and release club. And those will be some nice fillets.

Way to go young man!

s&r
Deleted posts-Nothing to do with you, just the usual you shouldn't keep sacred bass thing.
 

1eyefishing

...just joking, seriously.
NCHB- thank you. I was holding my tongue.
 
largemouth bass

Here in Georgia, the limit is 10. And if the DNR thought that the limit was too high they would make it 5.

I fish a lake where the bag limit is 10, but the length limit is "0". You can keep a 1" largemouth if you wanted to. The lake has no shortage of largemouth. And, it is full of stripers as well.

I love to eat largemouth. My wife loves to eat largemouth. And right now, while I can catch them and put them in the freezer, it will happen.

I hate it for all them folks you believe that "catch and release" is the only way. Because, it is not.

Roll Tide!

s&r
 
Those big largemouth fillets are delicious blackened, freshwater grouper!!! Spots to me are the freshwater snapper, next best thing anyway, I'll eat them in a heartbeat, and won't think twice about it!!! Looks like the OP has a fine mess of fish!!
 

Tmpr111

Senior Member
Whewww, I thought I had gotten in trouble by saying something about that awful marking on his hat :) :) :)

I usually throw most LMs I catch back, especially in the nasty waters I fish. But I will never throw a spotted bass back in the forward direction, regardless of where it's caught.
 
Those big largemouth fillets are delicious blackened, freshwater grouper!!! Spots to me are the freshwater snapper, next best thing anyway, I'll eat them in a heartbeat, and won't think twice about it!!! Looks like the OP has a fine mess of fish!!
I agree! Good eatin! Ill add one more, if you filet striper right you would think you were at the beach!
Good catch!
 
Those big largemouth fillets are delicious blackened, freshwater grouper!!! Spots to me are the freshwater snapper, next best thing anyway, I'll eat them in a heartbeat, and won't think twice about it!!! Looks like the OP has a fine mess of fish!!
Especially if they come out of one of our cold, clear mountain lakes, especially this time of year. A muddy farm pond in Tallahassee in August, not so much. :)
 
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I agree with the good eating I love the way the bigger fish taste I've been shaveing up for a fish fry this weekend added a few nice crappie this morning so will be eating good sunday
 

Cmp1

Senior Member
Smallies are better tasting than LMs IMHO,,,, but I'll take either one,,,, in Mi the DNR regs are you can't keep any until Memorial day weekend,,,,
 
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