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    Bank Fishing, #1315 06/28/08 08:00 AM
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    How many of you guys are Gals Bank fish in Florida?

    Do you pretty much have to watch for Gators every where?

    Casey



    Re: Bank Fishing, [Re: mrbass24] #1322 07/01/08 10:16 AM
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    not really depending where your fishing.if you fish around public parks and such u may encounter a few because of people feeding them.believe me,this happens regularly.when i see this i call the game wardens right away.otherwise just watch where u step and avoid night fishing on foot.

    Re: Bank Fishing, [Re: bassman2] #1335 07/02/08 04:34 PM
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    That sounds like us and SNAKES, except the feeding them part.

    Hows the BASS fishing there BASSMAN2/

    Casey



    Re: Bank Fishing, [Re: mrbass24] #1354 07/18/08 06:40 PM
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    You would be surprised at the yahoos that feed the gators here.Far as bass fishing,this time of year is ok early and late.by 9 o clock its baking.I tend to fish more saltwater in the dog days.by september it usually picks up.

    Re: Bank Fishing, [Re: bassman2] #1376 07/30/08 04:39 PM
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    Man feeding the gators where people fish at???? Thats nuts.

    If you get some picks of some Florida Bass send them to me. They tend to be darker and a little chunkier that our Texas Bass.



    Re: Bank Fishing, [Re: mrbass24] #1388 08/02/08 05:56 PM
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    The bass here are darker if caught in tannic water.A lot of the smaller bodies of water i fish are spring fed ponds or sub division lakes,The bass tend to be lighter.As far as chunky,you guys have got all the big bass these days with the share lunker progam.Have you ever donated a fish to that program?

    Re: Bank Fishing, [Re: bassman2] #1392 08/03/08 04:04 PM
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    No a share lunker is VERY VERY hard to catch. Take a look at this sack from one of our wins this year.

    It weighed in 20.19 total weight and 8.61 won us the big bass.

    [Linked Image]

    I'm the one in the LFT hat

    Casey



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