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Alabama Anglers with their 2009 Largemouth Bass

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Largemouth Bass over 8 pounds or 23 inches may qualify for a Master Angler Certificate.
Largemouth Bass over 10 pounds or 25 inches may qualify for a Trophy Angler Certificate

Though smallmouth bass are targeted by drifting shad below Wheeler and Wilson dams, largemouth bass can also be taken.

Fishing with Damon Abernethy, Tonya Mayberry caught her biggest largemouth bass to date, 6-pound, 10-ounces, from Guntersville Lake on November 1, 2009.

Largemouth Bass
Nothing is better than fishing with someone as they catch their largest fish ever.
Take someone fishing!

Dave Runge with a fine largemouth bass from a Chambers County lake, fall 2009.

David with a 5-12 bass, Macon County
David R. caught this huge bass, 5-12, from a Macon County pond in September of 2009.

This father-son teamed up to catch this fine bass during a cub scout outing, September 2009.

Andrew McDonald bags a big summer bass, 7 pounds.
Andrew McDonald catches his personal best and a huge summer bass, seven pounds, from a secret Pike County pond.

Baby and Bass
Mike Tolbert shows his son a real bass: 5-pounds, 4-ounces, from Guntersville Lake.

Maurice with daughter's bass
Fishing is a great family activity.

Bass caught in Lake Guntersville June 2009
Chris Steele caught this big bass from Lake Guntersville on June 6, 2009, using a plastic bait.

Shane with a nice fish from Mobile
Shane says night fishing is the ticket for big bass in Mobile County during the summer.
Lay Lake Bass
Max Hicks shows off a 5-pound, 1-ounces largemouth bass from Lay Lake.

  Chambers County Lake Bass
Cordero Houston caught these two largemouth bass weighing better than 9 pounds at Chambers County Lake.

Andrew Ekema caught this largemouth bass from Flint Creek on May 25, 2009.

Simms Kaak, age 12, caught this mammoth bass from a pond in Opelika.

Big Bass from Guntersville Lake
It is fun to catch big largemouth bass on a Rattle Trap on Guntersville Lake, like this one caught in early April of 2009.

 Doug Darr with a nice largemouth bass
Doug Darr catches a 19-1/2 inch largemouth bass from a Chambers County pond on March 20, 2009.


Some big bass from Guntersville Lake, March 2009
Guntersville Lake produces lots of big largemouth bass.  These were taken in March of 2009 

These largemouth bass were caught in March of 2009 from Pickwick Lake. with  guide Steve Hacker.

Guntersville Lake is noted for its big largemouth bass. This one was taken by fishing guide Chris Jackson with a Jackall lure, March 2009.

Guntersville Lake Largemouth bass
This fine Guntersville Lake largemouth bass was taken March 11, 2009 with a Jackall lure and the help of guide Chris Jackson.

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