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Thread: World Record Bluegill

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    Default World Record Bluegill

    Here's a photo of the 4 lb 12 oz. World Record Bluegill replica mount molded from the original skin mount from 1950! Pretty impressive sized 'Gill when you consider that a dollar bill is 6 inches long! I think there is a larger one in Lake Perris!
    

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    did seng get a hard on lookin at that bluegill lol

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    I am POSITIVE that there is 100 larger ones in Perris!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakaveli View Post
    did seng get a hard on lookin at that bluegill lol
    you best believe it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ambassadorhawg View Post
    I am POSITIVE that there is 100 larger ones in Perris!
    i think so too...i've caught some that just break off when i set the hook...the best fishing fish pound for pound

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    you guys should keep the smaller pan sized ones and release the toads so that one day there will be a record come out of there... ever thought about that? instead of keeping hundreds of them, let them get big and fat!! LOL

    B/C

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeracuda211 View Post
    you guys should keep the smaller pan sized ones and release the toads so that one day there will be a record come out of there... ever thought about that? instead of keeping hundreds of them, let them get big and fat!! LOL

    B/C
    Get out of here you Peta ho.lol Kill Kill Kill Slay Slay Slay


    Thats a toad of a Gill.


    Bigred

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    That is the shiznit. I love to hook up a bad boy that size!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Japo

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    Beeracuda211 is 100% correct! We need to release all big Bluegills. In Perris I would say release all that are over 9 inches. I don't keep ANY large ones. Why do you think that Barrett has so many giants? Strickly C & R there! There might be a few in Perris that will be close to the WR, but I really don't think there's 100 that size. Remember this fish was caught there a few years ago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeracuda211 View Post
    you guys should keep the smaller pan sized ones and release the toads so that one day there will be a record come out of there... ever thought about that? instead of keeping hundreds of them, let them get big and fat!! LOL

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    it would be nice if everyone thinks that way but thats not reality...everyone is out to kill kill...not all fish caught are posted on here so about 90% of the fish caught goes under the radar

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