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Discussion in 'Fishing Forum' started by Shubz, May 24, 2002.
Pound for pound, what would you say is the hardest fighting fresh water fish?
Redbreast, didn't see it on your poll, but I reckon it kinda falls in with the bream catagory. Nothing like pulling one of those slabs in on the end of a breambuster.
What about stripers Shubz?
Good point, Ben, I thought about adding them and then forgot! I guess check "other".
Don't know if they are the hardest fighters, have not experianced some of those in your list. But you cant beat an afternoon of shad fishing with light tackle. Stripers should be right up there too, gotta be one of the biggest topwater thrills, a fish that can go anywhere from a couple of pounds on up to 40+ hitting a topwater plug!! Yehaw, and hold on.!! The best part is, at this time of the year you can catch both on the same stretch of river.
come on guys,the one the only king of all trout STEELHEAD!!!!!!!!
Only freshwater fish that fights harder then a striper is a wiper or hybrid as some call them.
Just an opinion.
Im going with a freshwater sturgeon. Pushing 100+ pounds.
Yeah I'll go with the sturgeon, forgot bout that one, we don't hav ethem round here.
Sturgeon, we got em', we fish em'. Awesome!!!!!!