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Greg Myers
Tulsa, OK

Weight:

7 lbs

Length:

N/A

Girth:

N/A

Catch Date:

Feb. 20, 2002

Body of Water:

McGee Creek

Lure or Bait Used:

Flutter Spoon

Rod Used:

Falcon

Rod Length:

6 6"

Reel Used:

Shimano Chronarch SF

Line Used:

50# Power Pro

Scent Used:

None

Fish Location Before Catch:

Outside bend of creek channel

Fishing Method Used:

Casting

Electronics Used:

Lowrance

Preparation:

I hired Chuck Justice as a guide so that I could learn about winter time fishing.

Check Weather?

Yes

How Weather Checked:

Weatherbug on the computer

Weather at Time of Catch:

Partly cloudy

Before or After Front?

Front

Moon Phase:

waxing

Were Satellite Photos Used?

No

Stealth Technique:

Shut off the big motor and used the trolling motor to get to spot

Fishing From:

Boat

Witnesses:

Chuck Justice & Dean Knight

Scale Used to Weigh Fish:

N/A

Bassin' Big Bass Contest?

No

Big Bass Record Club?

No

Member of (Bass Club):

None

Years Fishing:

37

Introduced to Fishing By:

Grandfather

Sponsors:

Precious

Favorite Big Bass Book:

In Pursuit of Giant Bass

Favorite Big Bass Video:

Bodacious Bass

Favorite Big Bass Hunter:

Chuck Justice

Released?

Yes

Email:

[email protected]

Website:

www.OklahomaBassFishing.com

Significant Factor(s):

Hiring Chuck Justice to teach me how to fish for winter time bass. I learned more that day in 8 hours with Chuck Justice than I had in years of reading books, watching videos and fishing by myself.

The Story:

Chuck shut the motor off about 100 yards from where we were going to fish and we used the trolling motor to get the rest of the way to the fishing spot. Chuck anchored the boat out and explained what the bottom of the lake looked like, where the fish were located and why. On about my 5th cast, the bass hit my flutter spoon and it took me less than 2 minutes to get it to the boat. Immediately upon landing the bass, we unhooked it and released it back into the water.

Comments:

During the tackle shows, Chuck Justice had told me that the bass were in their wintering holes and that he and his clients were catching about 70 bass a day. Chuck and I decided on a day to go fishing and we caught over 70 bass that day with over 15 of the bass going more than 4 pounds. I think hiring Chuck Justice was one of the best moves that I have made in my Trophy Size Bass fishing endeavor.

 

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