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    Typical summer late afternoon on Norman. Boats and jet skis all over the place when I bobbed my way across from the Hager Creek Access into a cove. Rain squall sent a lot of Rec.'s fleeing though. Trip was really just a quick get away but I did manage a fat largemouth from a quiet spot behind a dock on a jointed crank bait.

    H2ohhh, Dr. H, Judge H...what the H? Nucanoe Frontier 12.

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    That be a fine fish right there.

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    Let me know the next time you go and I will drag my Hobie over there and wet a line with you.
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    Totally spontaneous trip. But we will plan one
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    Nice job!!
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    I see this as a unique opportunity to judge the judge on fish picture technique... but more seriously nice fish sir. Did you get a length?


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    Quote Originally Posted by basswrangler View Post
    I see this as a unique opportunity to judge the judge on fish picture technique... but more seriously nice fish sir. Did you get a length?


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    As you know the Judge​ can accurately assess a digital photo using scientific and mathematical formulas. This fish measured 18.367 inches and weighed approximately 3.34372 pounds.

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    An excellent specimen of the largemouth kind. The fish that is.


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    It was a very healthy and strong fish. Fought hard all the way to the kayak.

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    nice catch.. I was out on the cape fear and ran into my first skier's... must have gone by me 20 times, they were only going between 2 bridges, which unfortunately was the span i was in when they got there..

    Was difficult to fish the laydowns when I had to point into their wake every 5 minutes.. I get that they want to enjoy the water too, so I'm not saying they shouldn't, but man that was annoying.

    Anyway, I wish I would of been rewarded with a fish like that.
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    John didn't actually catch that bass, it surrendered just so it could take a selfie with "Dr. H". Mission accomplished, that picture is all over his GillBook page.

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