Friday May 21 2010

Float Tube Fly Fishing
What did the Kansas state record largemouth bass weigh and when was the record set?

The state record largemouth bass weighed 11.8 pounds. It was caught by Tyson Hallam from a Cherokee County private pit lake in May 2008. You can learn more about record fish on the State Record Fish page. If you catch a largemouth bass that is at least 23 inches long, you're qualified for a Master Angler Award.

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Experience fly-fishing for big Kansas largemouth bass from water level in a float tube.

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