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I once caught a fish...

THIS BIG>!!!

Here is my biggest catch yet for fresh water. Nice little Striper!

Any other fishermen here??

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PS I am the one with the shorts on!!! Those are my boys around me. I caught it on my oldest sons lure - not two casts after he walked away. HE WAS SOOOO MAD!!!

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What specices is a striper?
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Striper=Striped Bass.

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CD- You said freshwater so I assume it is a hybridized striper right??? We don't have any up here, but we do have some of the best small mouth fishing in the country.

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Handsome. They look a bit like our sea bass. I have never fished for them.

I try for northern pike every now and again.
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BTW- With legs like that you might want to re-think that shorts thing!

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Nice fish CD!

Sad thing is the strippers . . . I mean Stripers in that lake in the 70's were much bigger.

Texhoma has been way over fished.


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Trolling with the BBQ barge eh?

T34C is waiting for the Asian carp to invade his neck of the woods. then there wil lbe some real fishin goin on.

Up in the Great Lakes I've caught:
King Salmon
Lake Trout
Brown Trout
Rainbow Trout
Steelhead Trout
Pike
Muskie
Walleye
Perch
Smallmouth Bass
Largemouth Bass
Bluegill
Sunfish
Sheephead
Dogfish
Gar
Mudpuppies
And a Seagull
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Trolling with the BBQ barge eh?

T34C is waiting for the Asian carp to invade his neck of the woods. then there wil lbe some real fishin goin on.

Up in the Great Lakes I've caught:
King Salmon
Lake Trout
Brown Trout
Rainbow Trout
Steelhead Trout
Pike
Muskie
Walleye
Perch
Smallmouth Bass
Largemouth Bass
Bluegill
Sunfish
Sheephead
Dogfish
Gar
Mudpuppies
And a Seagull
Yeah, I gotta brown trout for you! ( wow, I'm starting to sound like hog-)

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T34C-

With a face like CD's, he should also re-consider wearing a hockey mask...
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