Archive for July, 2012

7 lb, 7 ounce largemouth bass

caught on July 17th, 2012 by Bass Evans

7.45 lbs, 23 1/2 inches, New Pa. Personal Best!

Night Train II: The Sevenizm Sessions

posted on July 17th, 2012 by Bass Evans

Mann’s Worm

definition: A worm used by men to upsize and bring total delirium OR total heaps into the boat.

4-5 lb largemouth bass (please believe me!)

caught on July 14th, 2012 by Bass Evans

4 pound 6 ounce largemouth bass

caught on July 12th, 2012 by Daddy Baker

4 pounds 6 ounces

5 pound 1 ounce largemouth bass

caught on July 10th, 2012 by Daddy Baker

5 pounds 1 ounce

5 pound 10 ounce largemouth bass

caught on July 9th, 2012 by Daddy Baker

5 pounds 10 ounces

4 lb, 6 ounce largemouth bass

caught on July 8th, 2012 by Bass Evans

4.40 lbs

7 lb, 1 ounce largemouth bass

caught on July 8th, 2012 by Bass Evans

7.05 lbs, 23 3/4 inches, 18 inch Girth Brooks. Buddy. Cusping (shy of) my Pa Personal Besten by 4 ounces.

“Children’s Children’s Heaps”

definition: the reason for catch and release

Night Train

definition: 1) black custom spinnerbait (blade)

2) Night fishing (riding the night train)

Poopsie Unit

definition: small rowboat

5 lb, 6 ounce largemouth bass

caught on July 6th, 2012 by Bass Evans

5.40 lbs

Required (Proper)Work

definition: angler does the required work to slay Heaps

example: Baker “I don’t know man I’ve been doin’ the Lord’s work out here for Bruce!”

Evans “You do the work, just not the required work.”

Idiocy

definition: as if on a timer, seemingly all local pleasure boaters fire up their jet-skis etc. and do laps around the lake like the Indy-500, at the exact time such imbecility is permitted.*

*Note: this makes the lake unfishable

Soft Idiocy

definition: Remedial canoeing, pleasure boating, and other close encounters with imbecility on the waterfront

4 pound, 1 ounce largemouth bass

caught on July 3rd, 2012 by Daddy Baker
4 pounds 1 ounce

4 pounds 1 ounce

5 pound 4 ounce largemouth bass

caught on July 2nd, 2012 by Daddy Baker

5 pounds 4 ounces