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Derek Gray C.b.
Pleasanton, California

Weight:

6 pounds 7 ounces

Length:

?

Girth:

?

Catch Date:

7-11-2002

Body of Water:

Shadow cliffs

Lure or Bait Used:

Snag proof frog

Rod Used:

Berkley

Rod Length:

six foot

Reel Used:

quantum

Line Used:

30Lb braid

Scent Used:

no

Fish Location Before Catch:

Cheese

Fishing Method Used:

jark and pause

Electronics Used:

none

Preparation:

Well now it started out as a tough day getting ready to go. Me and one of my friends left our house at 10:ooam we were float tubbing and I left my fins in the car.So we shared one fin each.

Check Weather?

Yes

How Weather Checked:

I always check the moon phase and weather.

Weather at Time of Catch:

sunny 80 - 90 dagrees

Before or After Front?

no front

Moon Phase:

second day of new moon

Were Satellite Photos Used?

No

Stealth Technique:

pitch into small pockets

Fishing From:

Float Tube

Witnesses:

Tyler- School friend and people at lake at time

Scale Used to Weigh Fish:

berkley

Bassin' Big Bass Contest?

Yes

Big Bass Record Club?

No

Member of (Bass Club):

none

Years Fishing:

Five

Introduced to Fishing By:

Grandpa and Dad

Sponsors:

myself!!!

Favorite Big Bass Book:

Favorite Big Bass Video:

bass in heavey cover by Roland Martin

Favorite Big Bass Hunter:

Released?

Yes

Email:

No

Website:

No

Significant Factor(s):

I counted beforew setting the hook, because I lost other fish that day just setting the hook when I saw the fish.

The Story:

Well I pitched back in this small pocket and made two twitches. Then wham I counted to four and wham! Fish on! I battled it for two minutes and she was mine! Now I know this is not a very big fish, but to me it was! After I landed the fish I had everyone at the lake looking at the fish! It was my moment! Then after I weighed the fish I released her and she took off right when she touched the water.

Comments:

No

 

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