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September 20, 2013

Two 5-Pound Bass On One Crankbait

By Joe Cermele

Yeah, so here's a short snippet of something that will likely never happen to you, or in the case of these two fellers, will only happen once in their lives. I'm happy if I catch two 5-pound bass per season. I've caught two bass at once, but never this big. Have a great weekend.

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from Krinehart wrote 30 weeks 2 days ago

I was fishing off a dock down in Florida a few years back. I managed to tangle my line up pretty bad and was forced to cut the line right at the reel. Since I was using a live minnow I wanted to put it into the water so it would survive until I restrung the rod. So I tied the line to a cleat on the pier looked over and realized the minnow was dangling about 18 inches above the water. At that poit I figured the minnow was not going to survive and went back to clearing the tangled mess I had inside my spinning reel. When I go back to clean the dead minnow off my hook that was tied to the cleat low and behold a bass about two pounds had jumped out of the water and eaten the minnow thus hooking himself. Luckily he was still alive so I immediately released him and he swiftly swam away. So who says you have to have your bait in the water to actually catch a fish.

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from Krinehart wrote 30 weeks 2 days ago

I was fishing off a dock down in Florida a few years back. I managed to tangle my line up pretty bad and was forced to cut the line right at the reel. Since I was using a live minnow I wanted to put it into the water so it would survive until I restrung the rod. So I tied the line to a cleat on the pier looked over and realized the minnow was dangling about 18 inches above the water. At that poit I figured the minnow was not going to survive and went back to clearing the tangled mess I had inside my spinning reel. When I go back to clean the dead minnow off my hook that was tied to the cleat low and behold a bass about two pounds had jumped out of the water and eaten the minnow thus hooking himself. Luckily he was still alive so I immediately released him and he swiftly swam away. So who says you have to have your bait in the water to actually catch a fish.

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