Flnt River Trip
I have been very fortunate to fish and experience so many opportunities throughout the country. One thing that I have never done, even though I live in Georgia, is target shoal bass. When my good friend from the Bo-Jo Light, the greatest dock light that feeds your local fish, called me to go fishing on the Flint River, I said, yeah, of course. I spent only 2 days with Bob; and we boated, not only his personal best shoalie of 5.66 pounds; but we caught so many big largemouth and even a few spotted bass.
The World Record shoal bass was caught by Darrell Trawick up on Lake Harding, which weighed 8.12. Unfortunately in Alabama, if you catch a shoal bass, you can't even put it in the boat or weigh it, because it is considered an endangered species in Alabama. However, in Georgia, the shoal bass is pretty plentiful and thriving. Here are a few photos what we collected over the last few days.
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