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3/29/2012 5:00:00 PM
Big fish caught on the Colorado River
Times photo/JILL MADSEN
Times photo/JILL MADSEN

BLYTHE - Rodney Johnson of Blythe caught an 8.4-pound, 24-inch large mouth bass on March 27. The fish was caught on the Colorado River using night crawlers.


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Reader Comments

Posted: Friday, April 13, 2012
Article comment by: Michael C. Teniente

That's a plastic fish!

lol...just kidding.

mike t.


Posted: Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Article comment by: Wayne Crusinberry

Well said Mr. Copple. Your respectful response was fair and in my opinion, completely correct. It was the first posters attitude that got me all bunched up, not the gist of what he said.
BTW- Doesn't it take more skill to jig in a cone weighted worm than just crank in a lure?


Posted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Article comment by: george copple

Well mr. Crusinberry, while i wasnt the original poster i can say that i wish the fish would have been put back. Great fish for sure and great catch but a shame it didnt get to swim away to get bigger. Fiberglass replicas can be made and last a life time. In the end it his right as a licensed fisherman to keep his legal limit and unfortunately it included an 8lber...congrats maybe i need to start using nightcrawlers.

Posted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Article comment by: Debbie Villas

Nice Fish !! Great catch !! Congratulations !!

Posted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Article comment by: Wayne Crusinberry

Tough talk from a wanna-be fisherman that is afraid to post his own name. Why don't you share your name and fishing experience with everyone, and stop bad-mouthing Mr. Johnson.

Posted: Monday, April 2, 2012
Article comment by: can't believe it

A fish that big doesn't taste good at all and being that it is the spawn an 8lb bass now does not get to put its great genes back in to the gene pool. should have kept some smaller buck bass to eat, they taste a lot better than the real big ones and you wouldn't have culled out a truely great fish. but hey, what do expect from a nightcrawler fisherman.



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