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Uncle Jay Rowberry and Nephew Chuck Bauer, Friday, February 27th, 2004 at Diamond Valley Lake, Southern California. Both Jay and Chuck are Lifetime Members of the North American Fishing Club. Nine total bass were caught, 7 by Uncle Jay and two by Nephew Chuck.



5 pound Large Mouth Bass



Two happy fishin' friends!



Uncle Jay had the biggest fish of the day which weighed in at 5 pounds and about 19 inches long. HOWEVER, Nephew Chuck had about a 15 pounder on the line, which was jumping out of the water like a marlin, and when Uncle Jay saw this he reached into his back pocket and pulled out a pair of scissors and cut Chuck's line - thus leaving him with the largest fish of the day.



Chuck Bauer and His Dad

Like father, like son . . .



Here is Chuck on Father's Day presenting his dad the "tribute" article which was made ito a nice plaque for his Dad.

Chuck Bauer

5.3.02
6.3 pounds
23 1/2 girth Lake Nunya

Chuck Bauer
Lake Nunya
Weight: 6.0 lbs
Length: 23 inches

Chuck Bauer
Lake Nunya
Weight: 6.7 lbs.
Length: 24 inches
Girth: 16.5 inches

Chuck Bauer

Enterprise
Weight: 11.1 lbs
Length: 26-3/4 inches
Girth: 19-1/2 inches
Caught on Osprey swim bait, 20 foot of depth. Bass hit about 5 feet below surface. Bass was staging, pre-spawn, estimate 2-3 weeks before laying eggs.

Chuck Bauer

Sending Enterprise Home

Chuck Bauer
Off Nassau
48-inch Dorado

Chuck Bauer
Off Nassau
51-inch Dorado

Chuck Bauer
Off Nassau
53-inch Dorado - The Biggest of the Day

 

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