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User: truthdweller
Comment: Over 6 lbs...where, when?!

Date: 06/27/17 12:29 AM

User: waysh
Comment: Found a great new honey hole in Tri Town area was catching monsters all day

Date: 09/27/15 10:35 PM

User: baystateangler
Comment: hope to get over 6 pounds this summer
Date: 04/27/15 07:23 PM

User: baystateangler
Comment: They're out there!!

Date: 04/20/15 08:56 PM

User: bassturds
Comment: love bass fishin
Date: 01/15/15 10:31 AM

User: fatalfish
Comment: I LOVE BASS!
catch and release plz!
tight lines!

Date: 04/06/14 07:33 PM

User: nicgio
Comment: I love catchin them on a booyah poppin pad crasher
Date: 03/23/14 07:55 PM

User: mikeytons856
Comment: new to south jersey i dont know ANY locations someone please help
Date: 06/09/13 12:47 AM

User: njdevils23
Comment: Caught this bad boy right under the tree line, beauty!

Date: 02/23/13 06:07 PM

User: bassorbass
Comment: I caught my personal best largemouth in April on my 7 weight fly rod using an Enrico Puglisi Pinfish fly. Great fight. Took @ 10 minutes to land it.

Date: 12/29/12 07:02 PM

User: silverfox4739
Comment: 4" YUM worms with a bullet sinker pegged is my all around favorite worm to use. Have caught some real Bucketmouths with that setup.I like green with red specks as the color! maybe they look like baby sunfish to a bass. Also use a scent and not the "store bought " kind. Too expensive. I use either babyoil by itself or olive oil with garlic juice. The bass love that !
Date: 09/12/12 06:43 AM

User: shipoopi
Comment: The green Bass pro shop tournoment series rubber worms are one of the best lures I've used. (best 4 dollars I ever spent)
Date: 08/17/12 08:13 PM

User: buff84
Comment: they are almost spot on about the fish but they stay in about 55 degrees to 60 degrees water and are more sluggish on hot days
Date: 08/11/12 09:14 AM

User: brazzy
Comment: I love using soft plastic and hollow body frogs during the summer. Nothing better than frogging it up for the big guys.
Date: 07/26/12 08:49 AM

User: ramtiger74
Comment: catching bass is the ultimate American experience! I love it:)

Date: 07/16/12 12:21 AM

User: johnyak
Comment: Fun to fish and try to fool them into taking a lure. They will take any kind, but what will they take today???
Date: 07/15/12 11:47 PM

User: hooligan
Comment: I definitely agree, best freshwater fishing there is. Next to Smallies of course!
Date: 06/25/12 02:29 AM

User: nilestomp
Comment: if u don't fish for largemouth you should try it. best freshwater fish by a fathom. imho.
Date: 06/04/12 01:10 AM

User: anglerman13
Comment: I fish for these the most
Date: 05/16/12 11:58 AM

User: anglerman17
Comment: Good fish to catch
Date: 05/11/12 09:10 PM

User: fisherman188
Comment: i love to fish bass all day
Date: 04/03/12 09:57 AM

User: bassmasterrick
Comment: love fishing these guys
Date: 03/27/12 07:04 AM

User: timmeh
Comment: I love catching these guys
Date: 09/13/11 09:48 AM

User: largemouth83
Comment: Caught this big boy off a huge dock using a shiner weighed 4.1/2 lbs

Date: 09/09/11 02:57 PM

User: shawn123
Comment: Caught a 2 in. juvenile today, smallest Bass I have caught on a hook and line so far.
Date: 09/01/11 08:48 PM

User: timmeh
Comment: I finally caught 1 well.. 2 actually but you get the point.
Date: 08/18/11 08:11 AM

User: timmeh
Comment: I always have like zero luck catching these because i can hook the big ones but they always get away
Date: 08/09/11 03:35 PM

User: shawn123
Comment: Largemouth juveniles tend to be in shallow water and in groups, however i don't think that can keep them at most lakes
Date: 08/07/11 02:16 PM

User: catfish_polak
Comment: I love bass, i have a really bad luck catching them though! i used almost every technique and ive only caught two and the this biggest one was 8 inches :/ any tips? message me
Date: 04/10/11 07:40 PM

User: corsaircane
Comment: Can't wait until ice out and the open water bass season begins. I got my eye on some new spots to try out on the South Shore. Should be a blast!
Date: 02/22/11 04:52 PM

User: spidercrab
Comment: Love catchin' bass. Had good luck this fall and some through the ice. My largest was a 7lb. 11oz. caught on a black rubber worm at Mary's Pond in Rochester. No camera that trip. Was pissed about that. Sent her back to pump out some more babies. Really don't like killin' fish.
Date: 02/21/11 12:54 AM

User: nefisherman92
Comment: Technically, Kurita's fish only tied Perry's record scince the fish was only heavier by one ounce, and IGFA requires the fish two be heavier by at least two ounces in that sort of weight category.
Date: 09/08/10 11:41 AM

User: largemouthleo
Comment: jus for the "record" the world record large mouth was cought by a man named Manabu Kurita, george perrys throne has been takin
Date: 07/22/10 08:35 PM

User: smac531
Comment: these are the smartest freshwater fish in north america
Date: 07/06/10 11:24 AM

User: hockeyjohnson
Comment: Who ever added all that crap about lmb virus im erasing it if i can thats wasting all that space over some s***
Date: 06/30/10 10:27 PM

User: madman
Comment: i love flipping and pitching a Booyah jig with a Yum brushawg trailer

Date: 05/12/10 07:54 PM

User: rcperkinson
Comment: 7-10 lb large mouth on lake Anna in VA caught with live 5-6" blue gills hooked through the tail. All caught near the Nuclear power plant. Hav caught 10 of these babies in the month of April
Date: 05/03/10 09:24 PM

User: linkmak
Comment: caught 3 so far, early spring.. caught 2 on berkley 7 inch black rubber worm. and one on a top water popper
Date: 04/27/10 12:31 PM

User: truckie45
Comment: If there is no luck on the water try using ugly baits, Creatures, beavers. That seems to work for me. I also like the spro frog.
Date: 02/26/10 04:42 PM

User: michaelharris88
Comment: I love to take these guys on a SPRO bronzeye frog or a Strike King Zero in the middle of the day. the bit is even better with the noon sun overhead.

Date: 02/12/10 09:14 PM

User: mlsims
Comment: I have been having some good success with creature baits, especially a sweet beaver, flipped around wood and grass.
Date: 12/16/09 01:01 PM

User: dad1553
Comment: when all else fails, try an ultra lite lure. it might turn your trip around
Date: 11/14/09 05:05 PM

User: kevdd
Comment: senkos have been great this year to catch larrys and smallies my son has caught a few on them and a 4 lb pike on a 5 inch senko
Date: 09/23/09 05:37 PM

User: pescadero
Comment: I second that...Booyah!!...all my big LMB this summer came from green black and red senkos
Spinners and cranks have let me down :(
Date: 08/16/09 08:44 PM

User: vinny60
Comment: I like to use senkos and when that doesn't work I use senkos!
Date: 08/14/09 12:07 AM

User: napa
Comment: Gary Yamamotto rubber worms have been like gold this year. Larry cant resist
Date: 08/04/09 12:15 PM

User: kevinjr94
Comment: i love using senkos weightless for em.
Date: 08/03/09 07:14 PM

User: carpman
Comment: I've caught plenty with a Hula Popper, or frogs. One of my favorite kind of lures.
Date: 07/21/09 09:54 PM

User: noctoural88
Comment: I like to use a orange mepps spinner for these guys.
Date: 06/09/09 09:01 AM

User: houstonstyle
Comment: Spinnerbaits and Texas rigging seem to work pretty good the worm usually doesnt let you down.
Date: 06/02/09 10:44 PM

User: riderer123
Comment: I learned that in MA and RI, bass love green worms with red flakes, brown worms with green flakes, and purple worms with purple flakes. I hardly use live bait.

Date: 05/22/09 01:20 PM

User: bassburner3098
Comment: My son and I have used Texas rig and wacky rig. When one or the other isn't working, we just switch and we usually catch something. Not a pro,by any means,but learning is what it's all about.
Date: 05/18/09 07:06 PM

User: newkent
Comment: yep broken backs the best on the rapala's this year
Date: 05/18/09 02:58 PM

User: smokecity
Date: 05/18/09 02:41 AM

User: bigjim
Comment: My favorite way to catch largemouth has to be a spinnerbait. I love how they crush 'em.
Date: 03/10/09 08:19 PM

User: jess
Comment: You gotta try all different things. Some days I catch nuthin with Lures, and they crush shiners. Somedays, They crush the lures..all I know is that they are a damn fun fish to catch!
Date: 02/28/09 09:55 PM

User: brian3587
Comment: Last year I had a lot of luck with the Culprit 6 inch worms, I would like to know more about the Whacky Worming.
Date: 01/04/09 08:31 PM

User: pawel1978
Comment: i fish for bas with shiner ,i dont know why but they wont bite worms or lures in my locations
Date: 11/20/08 05:49 AM

User: russ010
Comment: I have caught a ton of bass - ranging in size from 5oz to 10lbs. And all have been on worms with 1/8 oz bullet weight. I fish worms all day long - all year long. I've never had a problem with them biting once I find them...
Date: 09/06/08 01:43 AM

User: hyjack77
Comment: I use to always fish for largemouth bass in the PM or very early am. I was a big fan of top water lures such as a rapala broken back. Recently I read an article in Field & Stream about Wacky Worming. Now I catch bass all day and night long. I love this technique.
Date: 08/08/08 09:17 PM

User: meat7gtk
Comment: Loving the action Ive been getting on 4.5in Slug-go's. Very rarely do I not catch at least a 1lb Bass
Date: 08/05/08 10:33 AM

User: miles
Comment: good place for bass is in warren . i forget the name i think it is kickamuit. in the back part.
Date: 07/12/08 11:25 AM

User: akshow
Comment: I've have always had good luck with spinners and Buzz baits
Date: 05/11/08 07:21 AM

User: hdfatboy
Comment: nothing like early am witha jitterbug and glass like water,,,,,,,, can't wait
Date: 04/30/08 12:57 AM

User: pcali
Comment: i do agree that Bass fishing gets better when the water gets warmer, we started getting them early this year on Gulp green worms lures.
Date: 04/29/08 09:36 AM

User: phamis2u
Comment: I have never gone wrong using my trusty Superflukes, can't beat the action.
Date: 04/24/08 10:40 AM

User: bamaboy1515
Comment: I love the reaction of a lmb to the popping of a heddon top water popper. It is almost like the fish puts up a better fight.
Date: 04/22/08 11:09 AM

User: overstdr
Comment: Thanks for the tips, i am always looking for pointers on LMB and after checking out your photos looks like you know your stuff.
Date: 03/30/08 11:21 PM

User: jrrose
Comment: Largemouth bass are hard to catch untill the water gets above 55 degrees and much easier above 65 degrees. They feed around wood, logs, downed trees, and primarly ambush what they eat. I catch more on topwater early on buzzbait, and later in the day they go deeper and crankbait or spinnerbait and worms work well.
Date: 03/30/08 10:06 PM

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