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#1
As I lost my last laptop to further South African Financial Equality Movement.

I caught this one Around 11:30 Sunday on a spinnerbait.

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I have read in a previous Bass magazine about the disease on some of the SA bass. DO you think this bass shows signs thereof, or could it just be the scarring from creating the nest?

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I fish on a small dam at the Estate where I live, next to Harties.

Rgds
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#2
Hi

That is no disease that is from the spawn and fanning the nest.
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#3
Shame, that looks nasty! I would agree with Roy here... Some hard core spawning! :blue-confused:
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#4
Nice fish! Shame haha poor little bass.
What reel you using there?
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#5
I'm not so sure that is all up to the spawn. They do look like parasites or blistering sores.
The more I learn about fishing the more I realise
how much more I have to learn about fishing.
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#6
Jeremy Wrote:They do look like parasites or blistering sores.
Agreed
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#7
I also think there is some excessive damage.. and I have seen some of the fish with sores at Kwaggas before.
Regards Robert Jacobs
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#8
Guys realy thats from the spawn and what looks to you like blistering is the lifting of scales due to scraping on the rocks etc.

That fish will be fine within a month
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