what do you like to fish for?

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  1. duckin05

    duckin05 Senior Refuge Member

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    what is your favorite kind of fish to go fishing for. me its anything thats biting
     
  2. FishingFool46456

    FishingFool46456 Senior Refuge Member

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    walleye and bass... but when i am in california its albacore and yellowtail!
     
  3. Shoot2Kill

    Shoot2Kill Elite Refuge Member

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    Bass & cats.
     
  4. Ontario Gunner

    Ontario Gunner Elite Refuge Member

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    Softwater- walleye!
    Hardwater- jumbo perch!
     
  5. The Duck Whisperer

    The Duck Whisperer Senior Refuge Member

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    Freshwater: Bass and Crappie
    Saltwater: Anything You can catch offshore especially grouper.
     
  6. D3Smartie

    D3Smartie Elite Refuge Member

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    Atlantic salmon has to be #1 for overall experience and history of the fishing.
    But I also love trout fishing rivers like the Deschutes(OR) and all of them in yellowstone NP.
    Salmon in the ocean is also a great time.
     
  7. backcast03

    backcast03 Senior Refuge Member

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    snook & reds, poons if i'm feeling up for it
     
  8. Danible

    Danible Senior Refuge Member

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    Northerns and walleye - with bass (small/largemouth) locally.
     
  9. Woodduck31

    Woodduck31 Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    high mountain lake fishing for cutthroat trout. We have some great spots that are off the beaten path. My boys and I have caught lots of cutts over 20 inches. We also catch lots of brookies, but they are small, we caught 270 between three of us in 3 days a few years back. I did break my catch and release rule on those brookies and ate a few. They were sure crowding out the rainbows and cutts. Nothing like hiking in to a trailess lake with a compass and altimeter and catch a bunch of big cutts, the only tracks around those lakes are mountain goats, not people.
     
  10. DUCKGOD

    DUCKGOD Elite Refuge Member

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    TUNA!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :nutz :nutz :nutz
     

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