Saturday, June 16, 2007

Big Bass, Little Bass

Sometimes when you fish you catch the big ones and sometimes you catch the little ones. This evening, I got lucky and got some of both.

I headed to Evans Lake with the fly rod to see if the Gummy Minnow, SeaDucer, or Paul's new frog pattern would temp a bass or two. Well two out of three ain't bad.

I guess the Gummy minnow is not on the favorite food list of the bass in Evans lake.

I dredged the shoreline with Gummy from Cypress Flats to the brushpile and decided to switch to the red & white "Duce". It wasn't long before I was rewarded with a big hit and away we go!

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This big girl wasn't coming in without a fight.

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I even caught this blugill on the seaducer.
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I switched to the frog right at dusk and had several blow ups including this future lunker:

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The sunset was magnificant and made the outing one to remember.

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The Book of Job 9:6-8

Who shakes the earth out of its place,
And its pillars tremble;

Who commands the sun not to shine,
And sets a seal upon the stars;

Who alone stretches out the heavens
And tramples down the waves of the sea;

2 comments:

Bawana said...

I guess I forgot to mention I invested in a couple oil wells a while back. What did you think I did with all that money I earned at the Alburg Auction House??

C-Boy said...

Awesome shots my brother. I'm beginning to think that these fish know you by name. By the way check out the pictures from my website. http://www.bayoublacktarpons.com/photos.htm