Town Lake SAL and New Lake Record

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  1. AndyN

    AndyN New Member

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    Charles called me around 1 pm and asked what the current lake record was for Town Lake (Lady Bird Lake), said his client had one over 12 and the highest it read on his hand held was 12 lbs 14 ozs.  After a quick search I called him back and informed him 12.13 set back in 2006.  I also recall his scale reading a bit on the light side from when he caught his 13.59 pound SAL back in 2012 so told him his client's fish might be a SAL as well.

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  2. John D. Ward

    John D. Ward Moderator

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    look at the gut on that girl, she likes to party. 
     
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    That GUT!!!! It's like she ate two bags of hobo doritos!
     
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    Congrats! Charles is the man!!!!
     
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    WOW!!!! That's a beast for sure!
     
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    That is one phat beotch!  Nicely done!!
     
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    way to go Ken/Charles,  ive fished TL for many years. it definetly has some big fish in it. 
     

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