This angler catches 65 pounds of fish with a 5-bass limit. It's okay to be jealous, we all are. You won't believe the size of the last one.
Bass fishing is a huge sport.
Millions hit the lakes year round trying to land a trophy bass to put on their wall and brag to their buddies.
A 10-pound largemouth bass is a prized possession, but this man brings it to a whole other level. Butch Brown has the most epic live well you probably will ever see.
Apparently, this guy reeled in 65 pounds of bass in just five fish. That's quite an astonishing feat for a lifetime, let alone one day on the lake.
He even at one point pulls out a 10-pound bass and says something along the lines as "This one is not much." You know you have been spoiled if that is the case.
You won't believe your eyes as Butch continues to pull out pig after pig and release them back into the water. Watch the video and prepare for your mouth to drop as he hauls the last fish out. It is a whopper!
By whopper, we meant an 18.5-pound toad of a bass. He claims that it is possibly the biggest fish caught in California that year. Hard to argue with him once you see the belly on the fish.
The greatest part of the whole video is that he released all of them. What do you think, if this video is from 2010, are those slobs still in the lake?
Butch is known as a stellar swimbait fisherman, but he sure wasn't about to spill the beans on what type, size, or color he was using this day. Still, if you're looking to stock up, a stop at Bass Pro Shops would do you good.
If you are from the Midwest and other parts of the country, you just don't see fish like this. The best advice for you diehard bass fisherman...? Try fishing in California.