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Postby Thebateman » Sat Feb 03, 2007 5:39 pm

Just found your forum. I love reading about different tactics to catch fish. Although I'm a partner in an offshore charter business, I still do a good bit of bass fishing in west central florida. That will probably be the topic of most of my posts. I have access to some pretty good private pits. We typically catch 20-30 bass in 4 hours. If any of you are going to be in the Tampa Bay area, shoot me a PM and I'll see if we can get out there.
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Postby allingeneral » Sat Feb 03, 2007 7:50 pm

I'm more of a catfisherman, but looking to spread my wings and hopefully set my hook into some stripers soon. I have always thought that largemouth bass fishing seemed like too much work, so I've never really messed with it much. 20-30 bass in 4 hours sounds like a pretty good time though! What kind of weight are we talking here, 1-3 pounders, or some nice sized bass? I'd like to see some pictures of a 20-30 fish haul.
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