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Caught a 6 pound bass using a plastic brown and orange colored worm that had a pink tail. I caught him in Matthew's Lake in the neighborhood of Marydale.      Now, I caught him by reeling in my worm while twitching it every two to three feet. I was using a Carolina rig for a better hook set. So he when he bit it, I yanked it right in the top corner of his cheek. He was a beauty.

Submitted: August 18th, 2009 by Joe Sterling

Caught a 6 pound bass using a plastic brown and orange colored worm that had a pink tail. I caught him in Matthew's Lake in the neighborhood of Marydale. Now, I caught him by reeling in my worm while twitching it every two to three feet. I was using a Carolina rig for a better hook set. So he when he bit it, I yanked it right in the top corner of his cheek. He was a beauty.

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