20 and 1/4 inches

On my last post, one of my loyal readers commented:

“I was disappointed not to see any pictures of fish or paintings of food.”

Well…I haven’t done any paintings lately.    Sorry, I can’t help you there.

But I do have a new fish picture.

I hope this is okay…and lives up to your expectations.

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8 Comments on “20 and 1/4 inches”

  1. GWN Says:

    Well, it didn’t take you long to post this! Probably didn’t take the time to wash the smell of bass from your hands before you were bloggin’ about the big catch. Congrats. Don’t forget to pay your royalties to the photographer 😉

  2. GWN Says:

    If folks are wondering where Friar’s bear is…riddle me this…whadya think is inside that big fish belly? 🙂

  3. Friar Says:

    @GWN

    No. The Bear stays home. He can’t swim, and doesn’t want to risk drowning if the canoe tips.

  4. Eyeteaguy Says:

    OFFS.

  5. Friar Says:

    @Eyeteaguy

    Hey…this was just caught last night. And it’s the biggest bass of my life.

    How can I NOT post this?

  6. Brett Legree Says:

    Did you eat it yet?

    🙂

  7. Friar Says:

    @Brett

    No…a big monster like this somewhat rare, a good breeder, and deserves to live. So they can make even MORE big fish like themselves…for us to catch and release.

    Besides, the meat would be tough. There are millions of 12-inch bass, perfect for the frying-pan, that are much more tender and tasty! 🙂

  8. CaptainPush Says:

    “No…a big monster like this somewhat rare, a good breeder, and deserves to live. So they can make even MORE big fish like themselves…for us to catch and release.”

    That’s why Marti and I threw Friar back after we caught him so many years ago. The breeding part hasn’t exactly worked out but not for lack of trying.


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