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Scott Henderson
Ft Lauderdale, Florida

Weight:

9lb 10oz.

Length:

26in

Girth:

21in

Catch Date:

5-12-01

Body of Water:

just a lake

Lure or Bait Used:

yo-zuri

Rod Used:

bionic blade

Rod Length:

6ft 7in

Reel Used:

shimano symetre 2000

Line Used:

spiderline super monoxxx 10 lb

Scent Used:

none

Fish Location Before Catch:

bottom

Fishing Method Used:

cranking

Electronics Used:

none

Preparation:

None really just threw some of my best lures together, grabbed my rod and me and my son-in-law headed out for a day of fishing

Check Weather?

No

How Weather Checked:

Weather at Time of Catch:

hot

Before or After Front?

no front

Moon Phase:

don`t remember

Were Satellite Photos Used?

No

Stealth Technique:

very sneaky

Fishing From:

Shore

Witnesses:

shawn mack (son in law)

Scale Used to Weigh Fish:

hand held

Bassin' Big Bass Contest?

No

Big Bass Record Club?

No

Member of (Bass Club):

none

Years Fishing:

5

Introduced to Fishing By:

myself

Sponsors:

none

Favorite Big Bass Book:

bassmaster

Favorite Big Bass Video:

none

Favorite Big Bass Hunter:

none

Released?

No

Email:

[email protected]

Website:

Significant Factor(s):

Prayed alot couldn`t have done it without God's help

The Story:

Was standing on the bank and it was so hot that I thought that all the bass would be on the bottom so I put on a yo-zuri rattletrap and reeled it in sorta slow and slam the sucker hit it like a train out of control. I thought I snagged a turtle or a small gator. Then he jumped and we saw him. My son-in-law took a look at him and dropped his rod and came running down to where I was and jumped in the water right when I got him to the bank just in case he snapped my line, but he didn`t and we pulled him in and my god I thought he was a 14lber so we had to run back to his truck which was about a 1/2 amile away. We took him to the bait shop and weighed him and now he is on the wall. He`s not 14lb but he is the biggest dang gone bass I have ever got so I`m happy for now but still trying for that double digit one. I know he`s out there it is just a matter of time before I get him

Comments:

I think that was enough. If you like fishing never give up because that big one is out there somewhere just waiting for you to catch him and there aint nothing like hooking the big one.

 

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