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Alabama Anglers with their 2011 Largemouth Bass

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Largemouth Bass over 8 pounds or 23 inches may qualify for a Master Angler Certificate.
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Keith Flatt caught and released this 10-pound and 10-ounce largemouth bass from Pickwick Lake using a jig in shallow water on October 8, 2011.
Dave Runge with a big largemouth bass from Lake Jordan.
Dave Runge used a topwater bite on September 27, 2011, to get this largemouth bass on Lake Jordan.
Joey Johns caught this bass from a Mobile County pond during August of 2011.

Troy Loper caught this bass from the upper Delta.
Sammy Newton of Valley caught this 8-pound largemouth bass on Monday, September 12, 2011, from Chambers County Lake.
5-12 largemouth bass from Monroe County Lake
Mr. Thompson caught this 5-pound, 12-ounce largemouth bass at Monroe County Lake on September 11, 2011.
 Marengo County Bass
Larry Haag holds a big largemouth bass caught by one of the 4-H club members from the pond that belongs to Thomaston's Mayor .  Thank you, Mayor!
Nice Bass!
The guys get another bass off the hook at the Marengo County 4-H event, July 19, 2011.

Pike County Lake
is being managed even though no manager is on site.

Largemouth Bass with melanism
Matt Key caught this largemouth bass in southeast Alabama showing a good example of melanism, an unusually dark fish.

 Rob Angus with largemouth bass from Dream Lake
Dr. Angus landed this fine largemouth bass on a craft fur deceiver fly while fishing Dream Lake in Livingston, Alabama.
Keith Trawick and Claudia Styles pose with the first fish caught.
Legacy Elementary School Fifth Grade
Teacher Keith Trawick and Principal Claudia Styles pose with the student who caught the first fish and the largemouth bass she caught on May 19, 2011
Dave Runge with a big one
Dave Runge lands a good one on a purple Culprit. 


Joe Power
Joe Power caught the largemouth bass of a lifetime, 11-pounds 14-ounces, on April 21, 2011, from Pickwick Lake using a 6" Zoom lizard.  It was 24-14" long and had a girth of 21-1/8".  Congratulations, Joe.

Bass from Monroe County Lake
You'd be happy too, if you bass fished in Monroe County Lake.

Lee County Lake Bass
An eight pound largemouth bass was released in Lee County Lake in April of 2011.

Big largemouth bass were caught during the 2011 Cub Scout Trailblazer event.

Chris Shufford of Pineapple caught this 7-pound, 10-pounce bass and 5-pound, 13-ounce bass from Monroe County Lake on March 19, 2011.
 Shane's big largemouth bass
Shane caught this bass in Mobile County using a Zoom fluke on March 15, 2011.  It was over eight pounds.

John Boyles caught this six-pound, 15-ounce largemouth bass on a Rapala Shad Rap during March of 2011 at Preston Island on Lake Guntersville.

Chris Shufford caught this four-pound, fourteen-ounce bass on March 13, 2011 from Monroe County Lake.

Darrell Ikner with a 4-13 from Monroe County Lake
Darrell Ikner caught a 4-pound, 13-ounces largemouth bass from Monroe County Lake on March 13, 2011.
Marion Craft pushes ten pounds with a 9-pound, 11 ounce largemouth bass from Monroe County Lake in March of 2011.
Billy Duke lands this 9-7 largemouth bass from Escambia County Lake.
Billy Duke caught this 9.7 pound largemouth bass on February 19, 2011 from Escambia County Lake.
 Commissioner N. Gunter Guy, Jr. shows a largemouth bass he caught.
In 2011, N. Gunter Guy, Jr., is named Commissioner of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

Matt Applebaum caught this largemouth bass in south Alabama. The bass weighed almost 12 pounds.

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