How many times have you been fishing and felt that pull?
You know the pull….the one where you’re thinking “oh man, I’ve got a big one”
…only to be disappointed.
Well, that wasn’t the case here! Check out this.
All the bass I’ve caught probably don’t even add up to the world record bass caught by Manabu Kurita in Lake Biwa, Japan.
Technically, Kurita’s bass was one ounce larger than the previous record, which was caught by George Perry in Montgomery Lake in Georgia back in 1932. However, since Kurita’s bass wasn’t two ounces heavier, it’s officially considered a tie.