Angler Catches, Releases 46-pound Limit on Video

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Well, we’re now officially pumped up for spring and warmer weather! We just ran across this video from YouTube user The North Florida Angler and it has us in awe. Apparently he is a guide and when his clients stood him up, he was left with a tank full of shiners. He certainly didn’t want them to go to waste, so he went fishing by himself and filmed his day. This was particularly interesting to us because we don’t really use live bait when we bass fish, so it was really cool to see the different kind of gear and fishing methods. It’s amazing how calm he was when he caught the 12-pounder. We would be freaking out!

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