Last year around the fall feeding here in Florida, my friend Andrew and I were fishing at the lake in his gated community. We were having a good day of fishing, we caught some big ones some small ones and everything in between. We both were noticing that most of the smaller one pounders were putting up a good fight. At times we both thought we had a nice sized fish on, then to our amazement we landed a little bass. This was going on for most of the day, thinking we had a nice five pounder then we got the little guy. I had a ten inch culprit red shad worm texas rigged with a 5/0 TK110 that I was bouncing along the bottom. I cast out and let the worm hit the bottom, waited a few seconds, then I popped it of the bottom. Something gave it a nice tug, ran off with a few yards of line, and I landed a nice four to five pound Largemouth Bass. That really got my blood flowing. So i cast almost to the same spot hoping that a bigger fish had taken this ones spot. I wait a few seconds, then pop the worm off the bottom and the i felt a little tap set the hook and man did this fish give me a run for my money. Then I started to think about all the fish my buddy and I were catching and I thought I had another little guy. I fought the fish for a couple of minutes then I saw the fish as it got closer to the bank and I yelled to Andrew “Dude I got a Peacock Bass.” I fought with it for a few more minutes not wanting to lose my first Peacock Bass and finally landed the fish. We estimated the fish to be around four or five pounds. So thanks to the awesome penetrating power and SST of the TK110 I was able to catch my first Peacock Bass. Thanks LAZER TROKAR for making this fishing day one I won’t forget.