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#189722 - 10/28/09 02:58 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Omaha]
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lol!!! We just found out that flounder really like Stubby Steve's! A friend went fishing at Myrtle Beach and took a bunch of SS with him to test out in the ocean. His father had been fishing for 3 days and hadn't caught anything. J.T. shows up with SS and goes out on the dock... within 5 casts, he had a nice flounder! Caught another one the next day and then fell off the dock and cut his leg.... 20 stitches later, he's too sore to do anymore fishing. We told him he's been demoted as official tester! \:\)

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#189723 - 10/28/09 03:48 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Stacy4Stubby]
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Ha, that's good stuff. Not the falling off the dock and getting cut, but the catching a flounder on your product.
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#189734 - 10/28/09 05:38 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: james holt]
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 Originally Posted By: james holt
Only fish I caught last week.


Awesome job James! (Reminder: hold your kill up close to the camera with your arms fully extended!)
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#189814 - 10/28/09 11:19 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: GeorgeS]
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Were his gums bleeding before you got hold of him? I'm just saying... : )
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#189820 - 10/29/09 01:08 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: GeorgeS]
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I'll bet they did a bit of post mortem dentistry. Jewlery anyone?
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#189893 - 10/29/09 02:42 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: james holt]
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 Originally Posted By: james holt
Only fish I caught last week.


I'm impressed out of my mind!!!!! What an animal!(nice elk, too)
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#190056 - 10/30/09 10:18 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Stacy4Stubby]
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 Originally Posted By: Stacy4Stubby
lol!!! We just found out that flounder really like Stubby Steve's! A friend went fishing at Myrtle Beach and took a bunch of SS with him to test out in the ocean. His father had been fishing for 3 days and hadn't caught anything. J.T. shows up with SS and goes out on the dock... within 5 casts, he had a nice flounder! Caught another one the next day and then fell off the dock and cut his leg.... 20 stitches later, he's too sore to do anymore fishing. We told him he's been demoted as official tester! \:\)


Stacy, we're trying out your lure tonight! And I've given samples to 3 coworkers who are avid anglers as well and I've told them to let me know how they work. May take a bit, though. One wants to try it icefishing.
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#190153 - 10/30/09 08:32 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Omaha]
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Fishing for crappie I caught this freshwater drum on Stubby Steve's. Made some weird noises. Had never caught one before.


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#190157 - 10/30/09 08:44 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Omaha]
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They "croak" in a low pitch something similar to a timpani drum. Good fighters. We have an abundance in Tex. reservoirs. Very bony.
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#190158 - 10/30/09 08:46 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: DavidV]
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 Originally Posted By: DavidV
They "croak" in a low pitch something similar to a timpani drum. Good fighters. We have an abundance in Tex. reservoirs. Very bony.


Caught him on a light rod so I can attest to the fight. Thought I lost him on a couple occasions close to the bank. Are they good to eat? I have him in a tank here at home. My kid's at his grandma's tonight and I want to show him since he's never seen one.
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#190159 - 10/30/09 08:50 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Omaha]
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I have personally never eaten one. I do know they are very bony. Trash fish. I suppose one could pressure cook them similar to carp and with a lot of seasoning and hot sauce they may be edible.
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#190160 - 10/30/09 08:51 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: DavidV]
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I have personally never eaten one. I do know they are very bony. Trash fish. I suppose one could pressure cook them similar to carp and with a lot of seasoning and hot sauce they may be edible.


No thanks. \:D
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#190161 - 10/30/09 08:52 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: DavidV]
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#190194 - 10/31/09 12:34 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Omaha]
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If they taste anything like their saltwater cousins the Red drum and croaker, I'd give them a try! They aren't native to the eastern drainages so I have never caught one. Would love to get my hands on a few, but I guess there is no hatchery market for them...
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#190245 - 10/31/09 09:40 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: CJBS2003]
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we call them gasper gou in the South.
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#190675 - 11/02/09 11:59 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: burgermeister]
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Sheephead or freshwater drum are trash fish at least in Lake Erie. They can be fun to catch though...
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#191280 - 11/08/09 10:56 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Black Bass]
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Got up to 70 today and we caught a ton of fish. Here are a couple pics:





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#191281 - 11/08/09 11:14 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: n8ly]
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Wow. Some gorgeous catches there n8.
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#191324 - 11/09/09 12:10 PM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Omaha]
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You and your brother worry me. Nobody should be allowed to have that much legal fun. (Do you guys need an old gray bearded mentor to accompany you?)

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#191983 - 11/13/09 12:30 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: catmandoo]
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you guys have given me so much information I decided to create a photobucket account just to share some pics. We all love pictures. Here's what some Canadian smallies look like from Eagle Lake Ontario (and some small surrounding lakes). Can't believe the color difference between two BOW's even connected to one another. here goes:
http://i666.photobucket.com/albums/vv26/maashkinoozhe/DSC00274.jpg
http://i666.photobucket.com/albums/vv26/maashkinoozhe/DSC00277.jpg
now the sprintime WE from Eagle:
http://i666.photobucket.com/albums/vv26/maashkinoozhe/DSC00069.jpg
This one a little later in the summer and from a lake that actually runs into Eagle. Most of the WE's are golden like this in this lake.
http://i666.photobucket.com/albums/vv26/maashkinoozhe/DSC00023.jpg
My dad actually caught this one but this is the best pic of it ;\)
http://i666.photobucket.com/albums/vv26/maashkinoozhe/DadsPike.jpg
I despise catfish but the red river has some nice ones in it so when I get bored I go for em. Can anyone tell me what kind this is and if this is a decent size?
http://i666.photobucket.com/albums/vv26/maashkinoozhe/DSC01036.jpg
One of my favorite fish to go for,my brother Calyn with a small one:
http://i666.photobucket.com/albums/vv26/maashkinoozhe/DSC00309.jpg
My older brother Beau with a nice 17" SMB. We had seen these here the day I caught my muskie this summer and came back and sight fished for these nice fat SMB. They were in <3' and inhaling leeches.
http://i666.photobucket.com/albums/vv26/maashkinoozhe/DSC00148.jpg

Hope that worked!
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#191984 - 11/13/09 12:32 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: maashkinoozhe]
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brutal, sorry guys. on the other thread about posting pictures says to paste it into the message box and delete the IMG code. I'll have to try and fix it
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#191993 - 11/13/09 08:11 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: maashkinoozhe]
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Cut & paste any one of the links, or go to edit your original thread.

Then put [IMG] immediately before the link, and [/IMG] immediately after the link, and it should appear.


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#191995 - 11/13/09 08:31 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: maashkinoozhe]
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Great looking fish maas. Looks like you had a nice summer. I think that's a blue cat and looks like a pretty big one to me. Nice job.
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#192001 - 11/13/09 09:59 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: maashkinoozhe]
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 Originally Posted By: maashkinoozhe
brutal, sorry guys. on the other thread about posting pictures says to paste it into the message box and delete the IMG code. I'll have to try and fix it


If you copy/paste directly from Photobucket into the message box, the IMG code is included. If you use the "Full Reply" screen and click the link to post a picture first, it will double up on the IMG code. One set of IMG brackets will appear before and after the picture unless you remove one set of each code----it will still display the picture though. The easiest way using photbucket is to copy the proper code for this forum ([IMG]) and paste it directly into the message box. There is no need to click the "Add a Picture" link.


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#192008 - 11/13/09 10:39 AM Re: Fishin' 2009 [Re: Rainman]
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Thanks for the help guys, at work right now so I will have to fix later. I have more to share too! So when are you guys gonna come up and enjoy some canadian fishing??
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