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Chitown-Angler

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Post Posted: 10:54am - Oct 16,19 
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Anyone else see the new record smallie? 7lb, 3oz out of Monroe harbor. Caught by Joe Capilupo on a Ned rig.

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Post Posted: 12:19pm - Oct 16,19 
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Basscaster told me >> Wired 2 fish- Great article and pictures.

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Post Posted: 01:14pm - Oct 16,19 
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https://www.wired2fish.com/news/illinoi ... n-chicago/

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Post Posted: 01:34pm - Oct 16,19 
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Yup! Steady diet of gobies will do that. About time the record fell.

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Post Posted: 05:52pm - Oct 16,19 
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Croikey! Congrats to Mr. Capilupo. I’d put money on there being a state record rock bass in that harbor too.

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Post Posted: 06:34pm - Oct 16,19 
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FishermanFletch wrote:
Croikey! Congrats to Mr. Capilupo. I’d put money on there being a state record rock bass in that harbor too.

I’d take that bet!

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Post Posted: 06:28am - Oct 17,19 
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Best part of the story is they released the fish yesterday.

From the sounds of it, they went thru great lengths to make sure the fish survived.

I think I’ll start bass fishing on the lakefront this spring. :winker

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Post Posted: 07:18am - Oct 17,19 
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If things line up right ,I should be heading out Sunday :)

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Post Posted: 07:57am - Oct 17,19 
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Certainly some big fish out there!

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