Any Hardcore Bass Fishermen Here?

slamdunk

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Let's see your rigs!
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OutdoorWriter

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Been there, done dat. Haven't fished since about 2016.

Any photos of my 'rigs' are all unscanned slides or on a broke 'puter. Started with a 12' Mirrorcraft w/5HP in the 1960s, then circa 1970 a Starcraft Explorer w/40HP Evinrude, then in 1976 an 18' fiberglass Ranger 375V Apache w/90HP Merc, then circa 1986 a Coleman Scanoe w/5HP, then in 1994 a 17' aluminum 175V Ranger w/90HP Merc, and lastly... a float tube w/2FP (foot power) fins. ;)

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HntHrdr

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Don’t fish as much these days, but dipped my toes in the bass world last year and what a blast, I’m stuck to the shore unless buddies get me out, but smallies at chatfield are a ton of fun. Seems like Co isn’t the premier bass state but we have a few
 

HntHrdr

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I am looking at a little flat back canoe or something along those lines since I’m moving about a mile from Blunn res and I hear they have a good smallie population too. I have smallies dialed decently well at chatfield and the top water bite is a kick in the pants
 

OutdoorWriter

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I am looking at a little flat back canoe or something along those lines since I’m moving about a mile from Blunn res and I hear they have a good smallie population too. I have smallies dialed decently well at chatfield and the top water bite is a kick in the pants
I owned a Coleman Scanoe for many years. It did quite well on the smaller lakes with a 5 hp. or an electric on it. It's actually fairly stable where a person can stand in it.
 

BrianID

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I don't consider myself a hard core bass fisherman but have spent a significant about of time and money on it. Below is a picture of a double my brother and I hooked into a couple months ago. The bigger one goes 10.7lbs and the smaller one he caught went 5lbs. I also caught 2 others over 7lbs that day.
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Wiszard

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So nice to see liberals out enjoying nature. Being liberal you probably let the bass go too…
We morons (liberals) always practice safe catch and release....

I don't know one bass fisherman, younger than 70, that keeps any bass.
 

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