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Here are 11 of the 12 Sharelunker bass entered into the program so far this year. Number 12 did not take a picture. Sorry.


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Did you happen to see the Clear lake Elite tournament, not a bad show of lunker bass over a 4 day period.
Tom
Ps; Does the share a lunker program share any statistics in the survival rate for the bass being handled and photographed?, it would be interesting info. Several of those bass look very stressed to me, flattened dorsal fins are not a good sign of a healthy bass. Thanks for sharing the slide show, very interesting.
 
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I have no idea if they post that information or not. You can look up the TPWD site and check it out or get the number to the faculity in Athens. I bet they can give you all the information you are requesting....or at least try.
 
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I do know as a rule to enter a bass is that the fish must remain alive for a short number of days before it is considered as a lunker bass. Maybe that can kinda help you out. But anything after that certain date I just don't know about.
 
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