Scott ended up Catching one more that Weighted (10 lb – 2 oz)

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Scott ended up Catching one more that Weighted (10 lb – 2 oz)

  • Scott ended up Catching one more that Weighted (10 lb - 2 oz)
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This is Captain Steve Niemoeller with BassOnline.com reporting on today St Johns River Trip.

My guest today were Rob and Scott from Pennsylvania. We primarily fish shiners today on the river, again first time these guys had ever fished wild shiners for bass. We had a total of (15) fifteen bass that we hooked up with, the quality today was fantastic. Most of the fish were in the (2 lb) two-pound to (6 lb) six pound range, we had another two that were between (6 lb) six pound and (7 lb) seven pounds.

Scott ended up catching one more that weighted (10 lb – 2 oz) ten pounds and two ounces, this was quite the fish! Up to this point Scott biggest bass was two and half pounds, so what an upgrade. Earlier in the day he caught a (6 lb-13oz) six pound and thirteen ounces bass that had his ecstatic…so that ten pound blow his mind…lol

There already planning on a new trip to come back down again, I hope that it’s going to be one of many that I get to see them again. Had a great time with these guys and we had a lot of fun and I look forward to the next trip!

Tight lines, Captain Steve

2016-10-18T14:28:44+00:00 November 15th, 2014|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Largemouth Bass, North Florida Reports, St Johns River|Tags: , |Comments Off on Scott ended up Catching one more that Weighted (10 lb – 2 oz)

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