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Old 11-30-2019, 04:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Man, nothing feels better then catching a 30 incher with a small kastmaster. Right place at the right time I suppose like it has been for me all year.

Here is a couple of photos, the second one looks like it had a messed up spine. A video of the adventure if you care to watch: https://youtu.be/GfyqYeHn0lM
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Man, nothing feels better then catching a 30 incher with a small kastmaster. Right place at the right time I suppose like it has been for me all year.



If you're interested in seeing the fight: https://youtu.be/GfyqYeHn0lM


Here is a couple of photos, the second one looks like it had a messed up spine.
Laker Mud Bath
Might I suggest a net

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Nice video as always
How many hours do you put into making those.
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Might a suggest a net
I am just respectfully asking where in my video you see that bud? His tail flopped on the sand for a second and I safely returned him to the water as you see, same thing would have happened with a net.

As far as how many hours I put in, I just head into these adventures and get lucky catching the fish I do. The editing is just taking out curse words that may be in there from the excitement haha.
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Nice fish. You will someday find that metal almost always works on predator fish. I am kinda wondering what brand tape measure you used?
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Nice fish. You will someday find that metal almost always works on predator fish. I am kinda wondering what brand tape measure you used?
Thanks Slayer!


I don't have a tape measure. It's an assumption, I'm thinking the fish was shy of 30 but man still not too bad.
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I am just respectfully asking where in my video you see that bud? His tail flopped on the sand for a second and I safely returned him to the water as you see, same thing would have happened with a net.

As far as how many hours I put in, I just head into these adventures and get lucky catching the fish I do. The editing is just taking out curse words that may be in there from the excitement haha.
4:30 to about 4:50 into the vid
Mud sand whatever it was still stuck on fish as it swims away. Heck you even tried to rinse it off before you held it up to get a good video shot of the fish.. Would same thing happen if you used a net well guess we will never know lol because you obviously hate nets.
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By the way nice fish
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@Bronco,


I respect your observation and it will be a learning experience. I shall clean it off next time, glad the water cleaned it off as it swam away. Thanks bud.
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