[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:The marina does not have state certified scales. Hopefully the old bass survived and is alive and well in the lake. I caught a huge 18 inch crappie 2 years ago at LP while in a float tube and ended up releasing it because I knew the marina didn't have certified scales. Even though it would have been the lake record Black Crappie, I did not want to kill it by taking it to a grocery store to weigh it.
x2[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Read somewhere else that it was kept in a live well as he took it to a certified scale then released.. I have always said if they have a license, paid all the fees and catch it legally it is theirs to keep, but I would like to keep his DNA in the system to breed some more BIG LMB's.
Just a silly ass place to take a picture.
A couple of good pics and the right measurements and he can have a replica made and it would last longer then mounting it.
Sorry for the rant and congratulations to the fisherman.
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Hey man it was fisher an me talkin bout fishin perris. Jus let us know when you wanna go an well put you on the fish
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