World Record Bass

One of the best things about fishing is the unknown. One thing I do know is when I rally up with Paul Bailey and Matt Newman we catch big bass every time.


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  2. Times sure have changed.  CRIIIIIIIIIIIIIINGE.Couple of guys fishing during another time clinked beer cans and said "nice one".  Metrosexuality has made its way into fishing and now there's dry humping onboard and 10 minutes of breathless face-to-face time – 13 year old girls texting boys in the cafeteria don't squeal this much.   Beyond cringe.

  3. he said that he had not fished this spot in "3 years" but then contradicts himself by saying "every year i come back they get a pound bigger"… watch his reaction when he realized he fucked up

  4. Hey man I really like your stuff you inspire me so much keep up the good work! I would love so much if you guys would go to my channel and subscribe. I'm just starting out.

  5. im sorry but IN THE AGE OF SMARTPHONES youre telling me NONE OF YOU googled what to do if you catch one that big? or the requirements of the weighing process for that state for offically weighing fish that size?? the dry land thing is a major DUMBASS mistake

  6. Not the world Record. The current world record for the biggest largemouth bass was set by Manabu Kurita with a 22-pound, 5-ounce, 29-inch monster caught on Lake Biwa in Japan. The previous record had been standing since 1932 when George Perry caught a 22-pound, 4-ounce largemouth from Montgomery Lake.

  7. If this isn't click bait idk what is. That is a great fish and I hope I can catch an 8lber one day, but it's not the world record lol Cool video though.

  8. All i have to say is please look into proper fish handling you could have easily broken a jaw and killed one of these monsters. I know because i have done it i learned the hard way that fish handling is super important if you plan on releasing.

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