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#1 Mar-01-20 5:18PM

Northern Snakehead
Registered: Nov-02-14
Posts: 135

Best five: 29 lb 3 oz

Private pond -

6 lb 7 oz, 6 lb 2 oz, 6 lb 1 oz, 5 lb 8 oz (this is the one missing a pic), 5 lb 1 oz



#2 Mar-01-20 5:24PM

Patagonian Toothfish
From: Sterling
Registered: Jan-04-14
Posts: 2258

Re: Best five: 29 lb 3 oz

Nice!  What did they bite on?

Years ago, I had access to the Charles E. Smith farm property's ponds.  I caught one LM about 7 pounds and lots of other nice fish the few times I was able to fish there.  My contact there managed the ponds and the farm at the time.

Last edited by drxfish (Mar-02-20 5:04AM)

Always wishin' I was fishin'



#3 Mar-01-20 6:04PM

From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 14328

Re: Best five: 29 lb 3 oz

Simply amazing!

Time to go fishin' again!



#4 Mar-02-20 1:28PM

Patagonian Toothfish
From: Ashburn, VA
Registered: May-23-13
Posts: 1721

Re: Best five: 29 lb 3 oz

Those are some real nice fish!!

Together we'll fight the long defeat.



#5 Mar-02-20 2:42PM

Northern Snakehead
Registered: Mar-21-11
Posts: 690

Re: Best five: 29 lb 3 oz

Those are HAWGS!!!  Lightly pressured ponds like that are amazing.  Down in FL they are opening up a new body of water next to the fabled Stick Marsh that supposedly is loaded with BIG bass.  Hopefully Ernie and I are going to be able to fish it this Fall.  I promise we will post pics.  And if I get really lucky I am going to be fishing it in April, about 1 month after they opened it up.  I am sure it will get hammered between now and then, but it is still going to be fun!!!!



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