Favorite fish to catch??

Discussion in 'Fishing Forum' started by IkillforFOILES, Sep 27, 2008.

  1. Memmert

    Memmert New Member

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    Tar River and Pamlico Sound in NC in April. Can't wait! :D
     
  2. FishnCats

    FishnCats New Member

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    Potomac River bluecats

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  3. summerjack

    summerjack Elite Refuge Member

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    Bluefin tuna. Pull super hard and taste great
     
  4. Ben Perez

    Ben Perez Elite Refuge Member

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    Largemouth bass...can't beat it! This time of year is hard to beat:tu
     
  5. Diver Hunter 2

    Diver Hunter 2 Refuge Member

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    Fresh water- largemouths
    Salt water- stripers
     

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  6. Flathead Wrangler

    Flathead Wrangler New Member

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    Flat Head out from under a boat ramp with my bare hands.
     
  7. mallard stomper

    mallard stomper Senior Refuge Member

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    Largemouth in Nebraska and walleye and crappie inKansas

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  8. Spoonie16

    Spoonie16 Senior Refuge Member

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    Love catching wild trout
     

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  9. Luigi Daniele

    Luigi Daniele Elite Refuge Member

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    in a blind watching the specks and sprig work

    This. On a fly, when possible :)
     
  10. hunt4gees

    hunt4gees Senior Refuge Member

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    bluegills! especially with a light action rod. before my great grandmother passed, she would love to go bluegill fishing. had more fun watching a 98 yr old reel in a big bluegill than actually catching one myself. bluegill are also very good to eat!
     

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