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Old 12-03-2011, 10:58 PM   #1
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A buddy and I launched around 8am this morning at simpson river pier. We both caught our fair share of specks and reds all day long. To highlight the day, Philip caught two nice white bass to go with my 4lb hybrid and 6lb striper. The striper and hybrid hit a magic little cotton cordel crankbait of mine. That lure catches anything! Philip's whites were caught on a rapala.

I'd post some pics if anyone could tell me how to do it from an HTC EVO. I can't figure it out.

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Old 12-03-2011, 11:17 PM   #2
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Thanks for the report sounds like a great day. You need a photobucket acct to post from your phone copy the direct link go to manage attachments at the bottom of post and paste it in the appropriate spot
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Fishing there in the morning, hope i have the same luck.
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Congrats on the catch. Download the app forum runner and you can post pictures and view the forum much easier.

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Thanks. I'll try that tomorrow. Bedtime now, been a long day.
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very cool report. gotta love the variety on the gulf coast
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Old 12-04-2011, 09:34 AM   #8
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Forum Runner works great, thanks. I'd have had many more reports on here, I just didn't want to post without pics.

So, am I right about the species? Are those striped, white, and hybrid bass?

Sadly, Philip is only holding one fish. His largest fish dwarfed that one, but mysteriously disappeared leaving only a mangled metal stringer clip. Hate to think about what happened to that fish.
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Just did some research. Phil's might be a small striper, or they could all be hybrids, anybody know?

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Body depth looks a little shallow to be a white bass. Staright, non-broken stripes point to a striper. Here's a pic I found of a large white bass.
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