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Trophy Bass Care and Handling

By Rob BelloniFebruary 9, 2006

Introduction: We all dream about it; catching the biggest bass you’ve ever seen and holding it in your hands, up close and personal with gaping jaws and bugged out eyeballs.  The adrenaline rush when a fish like that goes in the net is huge, and it can turn definitely your brain to jelly.  With your heart still pumping from the battle and your hands still shaking, it’s easy to start forgetting things and it’s easy to make bad decisions that you might later kick yourself about.  This article is going to cover some of the things you can do to make your experience with the biggest bass of your life 100% positive for both you and the bass.

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