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how much did they weigh
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fishing=cats

Joined: 17 Jul 2007
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Location: lewisville, TX
 how much did they weigh

hey guys i just wanted to ask you how much did the BASS weigh! i never knew i was wondering for along time my dad said 3-4 but i dont think so! im not saying its like 7-8 is it close to 5 pounds though!! plzz tell

PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2007 11:15 am
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Shawn Watkins

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I would guess the hybrid at 2 and the green perch at 2-2.5!!
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Ol'Slick

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I agree with Shawn, neither would hit three pounds.
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dgallow

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Dat greenperch sho looks like a kentucky (spotted bass)....bout the only way to tell is that spots will have a tooth patch on their tongue. I'm with slick on da weights!

So you play for the Mariners....is that a USSA team? Used to coach USSA baseball for several years...a team called the Fayettevile Orioles. Those world series were alot of fun for the kids...us grown-ups had fun too! How about some pics of your pin towels! I'm envious of you young guys, we didn't have anything like that when I grew up! Have fun with it and hit me a long ball! Congrats!
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fishing=cats

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yea about the jersey that would be a ichiro jersey but i do play for the dodgers!! te he

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if the young feller in the picture weighed about 300 lbs then yeah those fish would be 5 or 6 lbs. best way to tell what a fish weighs though is to get dad to buy you a good set of digital scales and then your guestimates will be pretty accurate after you use the scales for about 3 to 6 months.
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fishing=cats

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hey guys thats not a perch! that would be white bass

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Shawn Watkins

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its a hybrid striper. no white bass in that picture. us striper guys call them largemouth green perch!! Me wanna puke
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 1:25 pm
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Shawn is a professional hybrid guide ... he can identify a hybrid at 300 yds through binoculars turned around backerds hahaha.

fishing=cats ... that one you're holding up in your left hand is a hybrid ... the way you can tell it's a hybrid is because of the broken up lines on it's side ... white bass or striper won't have the broken up lines but a cross between the two does. so that's how you identify a hybrid of those two species or how it's so easily identifiable. white bass will be a lot flatter also.

lot of people round these forums call a largemouth a green perch too cause they aren't actually in the bass family ... they're a sub-species of the Micropterus family in which smallmouth, guadalupe and other species of Micropterus ... the largemouth species is in the sunfish family ... you can read about it at this link below ... that's why striper dudes get their panties in a bunch when they hear largemouth called a bass cause stripers and white bass are actually in the bass family.

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=3385
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fishing=cats

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sorry guys!! i didnt mean to sound like a know it all. downtown

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