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Most of us hope to get to heaven. I’m not sure what lies ahead exactly, but I imagine there are a lot of big bass like this for me when I get there. Denny Brauer has been making annual vacations down into Mexico for trophy bass fishing for decades. This year he and his buddies hit Lake Baccarac. To say they caught them does not even begin to describe their good fortune. How about 10 bass that weighed more than 90 pounds. That’s right a 9-pound average for 10 bass. Denny was beaming when he forwarded the images to Terry last week.

Here is a little more about their collective weights:

14, 12-6, 10-8, 10-4, 10, 10, 9.9, 8-5, 8-5, 8-4

They caught their fish on deep crankbaits (6XD, 10XD, Fat Free Shad), Strike King Spinnerbaits, Carolina Rigged Senkos, Swimbaits, Lizards and more.

Click the images below to see larger version. Nice work Denny and friends!

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