When I’m not busy making fishing lures, I enjoy spending my time bass fishing. While I enjoy all the time I spend on the water bass fishing, I relish the time I spend pursuing “big bass”. I MEAN LUNKERS… TOADS… HAWGS! The way I look at it, fishing for big bass is more like “hunting” than fishing, and I have learned that big bass must be treated completely different than their smaller neighbors.
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The Suwannee Bass is a unique species of black bass, found only in the “Big Bend” region of northern Florida, and in specific rivers in south-central Georgia. Seldom exceeding 12 inches in length, the Suwannee is nonetheless a fiesty and belligerent fish, much like its larger cousin the Spotted Bass. This fish prefers flowing waters, and likes to hold on station near rocks or logs before rushing out to engulf a minnow, insect, or crawdad. The all-tackle record is just under four pounds.