[nggallery id=383]Hi Italo,
I would like to share my fishing story with you – I hope you enjoy it.
During my summer vacation this year, I caught this monster bass at our trailer site on Harris Lake in Parry Sound, Ontario. We measured my fish against the measuring tape on my boat and it was just over 21 inches long. I didnâ€™t have a scale so I wasnâ€™t able to weight it. Iâ€™ll always remember the feeling of bringing in the bass. Itâ€™s always nice to have a dependable net guy (thanks to my brother-in-law, Jack Puzio)
My wife, two kids and I enjoyed the bass for supper that night, much to the astonishment of our trailer site neighbors who couldnâ€™t believe we didnâ€™t think to stuff it. Oops!
The lessons I learnt during one of my biggest catches was:
1. Have a scale at all times â€“ which we bought at Bass Pro Shop on the way home from our vacation
2. Ensure you take a picture of the fish on the scale showing the weight
3. Ensure you take a picture of the fish against the measuring tape
4. Before you decide to eat it, think twice!
Adolfo Junior Ingribelli
Niagara Falls, Ontario