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Jeremy Gilley
Archdale, NC

Weight:

8.0lbs

Length:

24 1/2"

Girth:

unknown

Catch Date:

July 2001

Body of Water:

pond

Lure or Bait Used:

weightless finesse worm

Rod Used:

medium act. browning

Rod Length:

63"

Reel Used:

Bantam Curado

Line Used:

12lb

Scent Used:

smelly jelly garlic w/ vanilla extract added

Fish Location Before Catch:

under floating moss

Fishing Method Used:

threw out beside moss in about 6 feet of water and let it sink down slow

Electronics Used:

none

Preparation:

checked my knot and the weather

Check Weather?

Yes

How Weather Checked:

went outside

Weather at Time of Catch:

sunny and hot

Before or After Front?

not sure

Moon Phase:

not sure

Were Satellite Photos Used?

No

Stealth Technique:

just walking normal

Fishing From:

Shore

Witnesses:

one guy not sure of name

Scale Used to Weigh Fish:

berkley digital

Bassin' Big Bass Contest?

No

Big Bass Record Club?

No

Member of (Bass Club):

none

Years Fishing:

9

Introduced to Fishing By:

dad

Sponsors:

none

Favorite Big Bass Book:

bassmaster mag.

Favorite Big Bass Video:

all

Favorite Big Bass Hunter:

no clue

Released?

Yes

Email:

[email protected]

Website:

n/a

Significant Factor(s):

Took my time and worked every floating piece of moss and went slowly.

The Story:

I had let the worm sink to the bottom and didn't have a bite...I had caught several fist already and all the bites had come on the initial fall of the worm. I started to reel in to make another cast and she pretty much set the hook on herself. This is the biggest fish that I have caught so far and but I hope to better it being that I am only 18.

Comments:

always release fish in a pond

 

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