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#1247160 - 03/19/09 08:55 AM Texas Hold 'Em For Bass Equals Survival
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Texas Hold 'Em For Bass Equals Survival

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#1247179 - 03/19/09 09:06 AM Re: Texas Hold 'Em For Bass Equals Survival [Re: Taylor]
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Thank you for posting that. Can I have your permission to link this blog entry and poster on my tournament website?
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#1247263 - 03/19/09 10:06 AM Re: Texas Hold 'Em For Bass Equals Survival [Re: Kirk]
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I think the statement on the poster that the jaw will "almost always break" from a lip grip hold is a little bit exaggerated, but I agree it's better on the fish to support their weight rather than holding them by the jaw only.

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#1247375 - 03/19/09 11:33 AM Re: Texas Hold 'Em For Bass Equals Survival [Re: B.D.]
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No permission problem, Kirk. It's all press release, public awareness material.

Brian, I agree (a stretch), again: on a Lonestar Lunker (10-pounds plus) that may be more the case.

Then too, added precaution and awareness, can't hurt.

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#1247389 - 03/19/09 11:38 AM Re: Texas Hold 'Em For Bass Equals Survival [Re: Taylor]
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Thanks Taylor.

I have seen some guys wag a bass around by the jaw like it was a handle. I can see where that might cause some jaw damage if they have some weight on them.

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#1247969 - 03/19/09 04:53 PM Re: Texas Hold 'Em For Bass Equals Survival [Re: ]
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Aw, you can't hold a boat-rocking hook-set against a guy, can you Timeless?

LOL!

What was that commercial that had the aliens snatching anglers off boats?

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#1249950 - 03/20/09 12:36 PM Re: Texas Hold 'Em For Bass Equals Survival [Re: Taylor]
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 Originally Posted By: Taylor

Brian, I agree (a stretch), again: on a Lonestar Lunker (10-pounds plus) that may be more the case.

Then too, added precaution and awareness, can't hurt.


Uless your Bill Dance. Have you noticed how he bends those jaws way down?
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#1252284 - 03/21/09 09:40 PM Re: Texas Hold 'Em For Bass Equals Survival [Re: Taylor]
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I hold 'em like this, it also helps with the pic if you hold it away from you a little, this bass only weighed about a pound

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