Here are some more pictures of some huge bass. Most of these were caught in rivers and lakes in Alabama.
This kid caught this five pound, two ounce monster bass at Chambers County Lake on a family fishing trip. His name is Joshua Dawson from Smith’s Station.
This happy fisherman, Larry Norris, was fishing in a managed pond in Butler County when he hooked this monstrous bass.
This cute angler named Sara Helms caught this ridiculously huge bass in a managed pond as well.
This 8.7 pound largemouth bass was caught by Matthew Applebaum in a private lake.
This pair of monster bass was caught by Walter Blackmon. The “small” bass is five pounds but looks tiny compared to the 9 pound 7 ounce giant bass. He caught the duo in Chambers County Lake, known for producing some whopper bass.
Walter’s big bass would look small compared to this unbelievably big largemouth caught at Escambia County Lake by Kevin Glover. This monster weighted in at 14 lbs and 1.5 ounces. Wow!
This is one of the more bizarre largemouth bass fishing stories you’ll ever here. The largemouth bass in the picture below was caught at Lake Purdy on a stringer without a hook! The five pound six ounce bass swallowed a bluegill that was already on the stringer and couldn’t get loose!
I thought these fishing signs were funny and wanted to share them with all of you.
Kiss My Bass
Don’t Bother Me While I’m Fishing Unless You Brought Beer
Attention: There’s a Master Baiter on Board
Attention: Business Not Conducted During Fishing Season
This fishing picture is SO TRUE. I fish therefore I lie.
I thought this was the funniest fishing sign of them all – No Free Rides in this fishing boat!
It may not matter in the bedroom but when it comes to fishing Size Does Matter.
If you don’t like these funny fishing signs then you can kiss my bass!
If you’re anything like me you never get tired of looking at pictures of huge bass or any type of huge fish for that matter. That’s one of the things that always gets you to go back out there and keep fishing… the hope that you will one day catch a huge bass like one of these.
This fisherman is going to have a hard time finding room on the wall to mount this ridiculously huge bass.
I honestly don’t even know how this woman can hold up such an enormous bass. This one was caught at Falcon Lake.
Why do I have a feeling that a bass that size would snap my line every time? Or sink my boat? This monster bass was caught at Lake Obeechobee.
The whopper of a bass is fat as can be, and check out those giant googly eyes and mouth!
This is what a record largemouth bass looks like. The bass’ head is bigger than the fisherman’s head!
and here’s the world record for biggest bass! Now that is an epic fishing trip right there, when you catch the world record bass.
More pictures of big bass will be posted soon so check back often.
Something tells me fishing for largemouth bass with these girls would be a lot more fun…
Now that’s a nice ass… I mean bass.
That’s one lucky bass.
I don’t know why but this picture of a cute girl bass fishing is my absolute favorite largemouth bass picture I have ever seen in my entire life. For some reason the eye tends to not stay on the fish! I’m going to have to move to Michigan if there are girls like that bass fishing!
This bass may have a large mouth but that big mouth got it in trouble and it choked and died while trying to swallow this bream!
Tish’s Delicious Fish Dish:
Ingredients for this largemouth bass recipe:
You will need the following: four largemouth bass fillets with the skin already removed Salt Pepper one cup of flour four tablespoons of unsalted butter one tablespoon of garlic, the thinner sliced the better 1/4 cup of basil, parsley, chervil and oregano two tablespoons of lemon juice
Directions to make this wonderful fish dish:
Begin by seasoning the bass fillets with salt and pepper. Then heat a saute pan on top of your grill. Wait until the pan gets hot and then add 2 tablespoons of the olive oil and begin heating. Dredge the bass fillets in the flour and shake off any excess flour. Place the bass fillets in the pan and pan fry for about three minutes per side until the bass fillets become golden brown. Remove the fish from the pan. Add the rest of the butter to the pan and melt it. When the butter is hot, add the sliced garlic. Fry the garlic until it turns a light golden brown color. Add the rest of the herbs and remove from the heat. Next, add the fresh lemon juice. Sprinkle on the salt and pepper.
You have just cooked one awesome largemouth fish dish! When serving this fish dish, place one fillet on a plate and then spoon some of the lemon garlic herb butter over the fish. It will be delish!
Tyler Goetzman caught this 13.06-pound largemouth bass from Lake Conroe using a Rat-L-Trap while bass fishing in six feet of water. This largemouth was 24 inches long and 20.25 inches in girth. Bass pictures like this make me want to start trying some different baits. I think I’ll run out and grab a Rat L Trap!
Check out the picture of a largemouth bass getting ready to swallow a whole bluegill.
At first glance you would think the bluegill is too big to fit in the bass’ mouth, but it’s not. The largemouth bass has a mouth that can expand greatly to accomodate the devouring of large bait. It’s almost like the largemouth sucks its prey into its belly.