New water body record for largemouth bass Lake Conroe, Texas

On January 30th, 2009 a new water body record for largemouth bass, the largest largemouth bass ever caught in Texas was caught in 2 feet of 54 degree water with a plastic worm at Lake Conroe, Texas.  Weighing in at 15.93 pounds, 27 inches long and 22 inches in girth the largemouth bass was entered into the sharelunker program.  The continued stocking of lake Conroe with Florida largemouth bass is great for the anglers who may enter their bass into the sharelunker program if it weighs 13 pounds or more.  The angler receives a fiberglass replica of his fish and sharelunker clothing.

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