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    No clue. I caught a 1.60 yesterday, weighed him after my buddy was floored I was about to just drop him back, and said "Need 7 just like him or better, preferably with a kicker, next weekend..."....and my buddy was floored I didn't bother to even take a pic. Usually don't pull the scale out now unless they're close to 2, in a tourny sorting/culling, or someone with me asks.

    That mark is around 14" on a fat, well fed female black in March, 15" most other fish in the winter, and mid to upper 15" fish the rest of the year.

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    12"+ is a slab here in NE Ohio. 14"+ is a slabarooni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    no doubt , my slab is bigger than your slab
    and yes 12 seems to be the cut off for me most of the time in our area too ....
    toads need to be 14 ish ...
    and whale fish have to meet or exceed 15 inches here ....
    Well, what do you call an eighteen inch crappie that weighs 3.28 lbs? Fish of a lifetime up north.
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    I'd call that one a monster

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    On the C.O.E. lakes it has to be over 12" to be a legal fish so anything over 12" is a slab .
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    It all depends on who i’m lying to, ah I meant i’m bragging to. You know they all get bigger to your friends when they didn’t see um. But 14” up i’ll call a slab and not feel bad about it. Mississippian here

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    Well, what do you call an eighteen inch crappie that weighs 3.28 lbs? Fish of a lifetime up north.

    WOWSERS! Biggest I have ever seen was a 17.5" out of the Ohio River. (that was Big Daddy (Carl) Chaunc). I spoke to a guy last Friday at the ramp and he caught an 18 3/4' at Nimisila a couple years ago. He threw it back. (bass fisherman).

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaunc View Post
    Well, what do you call an eighteen inch crappie that weighs 3.28 lbs? Fish of a lifetime up north.
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    whale status of course , what we call em when they get that size for sure in these parts
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales
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    sometimes unprintable descriptions when they get up over 16 inches
    it could happen you know
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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