Fishing for Big Largemouth in a Dried-Up Creek

A summertime drought has caused the water level of South Ore Creek to be at a record low. This caused the bass to become highly concentrated and, …


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47 Replies to “Fishing for Big Largemouth in a Dried-Up Creek”

  1. you fish for bass like i river and creek fishing.i troll the Chippewa Lake and rivers of Medina County.great job on the catch and release. Ignore all these jealous Anglers.bass master on brother

  2. Great job me &a my cousin do that it's a good size creek that starts from our river but there's some big bass the biggest was 5 lbs you should go around your area and look,for creeks & stop at them and fish them

  3. You should really bring a tape measure/scale with you. Those fish were much smaller than near 4 lbs or 19". I'm from Michigan too (further west though, I actually thought you might have been fishing Pine Lake), it's pretty hard to come by anything over 18" without a boat–12" to 16" are much more common.

  4. A lot of mean comments ….. the bass, I think is around 2 pounds, only because I've recently caught some 3# which are considerably larger…… That aside, you're tearing it up on this creek. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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