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Headed out at around 12:30. Fished for largies in the bay. Started off with a few fish on top water chuggers. after the top water bite slowed, landed 4 nice fish on my favorite color xrap. after landing about a 2lb larige... my next cast BAM! somthing hit and almost took the rod out of my hand. broke my line. a few seconds after the line broke i saw a 45+ inch muskie jump... there goes $7. haha. guess i should use a leader. moved in closer toward the end of the day. fished in about 3 foot of water. xraps and a red/black swimming worm were best. Caught two nice 3lb + largies on back to back casts with my worm. ones in the pic. Overall about 30 bass. Only one smallie though, i caught it on a drop shot. guess they moved deeper? biggest of the day in the pic.
 

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Thats a really nice largie, good job
 

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Thanks all! yeah im really surprised on the amount of big largies we've pulled out of the lake this year. but hey im not gonna complain
 

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QUOTE(jighead2 @ Jun 15 2009, 12:09 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Thanks all! yeah im really surprised on the amount of big largies we've pulled out of the lake this year. but hey im not gonna complain


Don't even think about it
Me too though, I am very impressed at the quantity of BIG largies being posted this year. Bigger musky, maybe everything in the lake is getting bigger
 

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haha yeah i wont!

but yeah i agree some monsters being posted! hope it keeps up this way the whole season
 
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