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I hope you’re In the loc. If it’s a 30lber. What port are you fishing?


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Nice fish, but 30 lbs?


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I hope you’re In the loc. If it’s a 30lber. What port are you fishing?


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Fishing out of catfish.and no I’m not in derby. I guess I should of been you never know


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It is kinda funny how big they seem when you catch them especially during derbies etc. More than once during the ESLO derbies we've rushed one in that looked "thirtyiish" only to find that it was mid twenties. :smile: Once they get up to size in terms of length the main difference becomes the thickness of the back and to a degree their gut and  you really need to see a bunch of them before you can improve your "guesstimations". Only real way is weighing them on a certified scale:lol:

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Possibly a $10,000.00 error. Oh well, live and learn!

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Good fish no matter what the weight and i'm sure there are folks out there that have never actually caught one that are amazed by it too:smile::yes:

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It was scaled on a accurate scale and yes it was a huge mistake not getting into the derby


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Getting into the tournament would have insured no fish over 20!! That being said this mistake will not be made again.


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Very true sk8man we had 3 about the same length the difference was the shoulders and belly on that one


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great fish!

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That's a nice fish! We've got to teach you to do a "Florida push" though :rofl:

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Lol, reminds me of the tv show: “Fishing with Olando Wilson”. Old show on TNN. Someone out there knows what I’m referring to.


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Blast from the past! Can hear that opening country song now!


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On 7/10/2018 at 8:10 AM, Bentrod said:


We did have a scale on the boat should have taken a pic of that I guess ah well


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Bentrod, I actually believed from your first post, that the fish looked like it could weigh 30 LBS. Great fish, bigger than any I have caught! I was just saying that its nice to have a scale, especially for me,  who last week had a 14 pounder that I thought was 25!.

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