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I love catfishing too. Never caught anything near that big though, about 20lbs channel is the biggest I've caught.
"A good burn is like good sex. It's simple, to the point, and leaves your victim totally destroyed."--Kenny Drebsen
caught a few Lm bass, shell cracker, freckle, roanoke bass citations. all fishing in south central, VA (today was a good day)
"Just gotta keep balling out"
I envy the majority of you guys that can fish year round. I don't mind ice fishing, it can definitely be fun, but I focus more on the drinking than the fishing. Which I guess isn't really a problem
lol i didn't fish today. what i said sounded like a song lyric so i continued it. but yeah i don't fish all year round. i usually start to hit it hard in may/june through october/november. anyone else fish central east coast? or Smallmouth fish anywhere; I'm on a quest for a 5lb+ small
I fish for smallies, but the biggest one I've ever caught was 3.5 pounds. Which is pretty damn good for the river that I usually fish in.
I love pickwick because the big smallies, Wilson and wheeler have some good small mouth fishing too. I'm strictly in it for the sport , I don't eat fish unless it's fromitted the ocean.
I can put you on a spot at pickwick were you can catch a couple 5lbs + smallies.
i take it you do a lot of musky and/or walleye fishing?
You'd be correct.
Big fan of fishing. Mostly stick to trout fishing in Wyoming. Fly fisherman here. Biggest landed with fly rod was 45 lb King Salmon on the Situk River. Yakutat Alaska. For those of you that havent been to Wyoming ill post a pic. Beautiful country. Nebraska has some decent spots but if any of you guys get up here id be willing to take you bird hunting anytime. to cool threads.
Gave op uv. Let's get this thread rated stink baiters!
You guys need to head South this Summer and do some saltwater fishing off the Florida Panhandle. It's very addictive
I can only imagine. My dad always had good stories about the Outer Banks of NC. One day weedline. You guide?
Not really, but we do a ton of tournaments.
fished near jackson one summer. floated the 'miracle mile' of the north platte. did the yellowstone national park as well...slough, gibbon, fire hole, pebble creek, lamar...
love it. you're very lucky.
I hit the southern tailwaters until an annual western trip in the summer...looking like eastern washington/western idaho this year.
Big Streamers, Big Browns
My Grandpa used to go down south alllll the time and saltwater fish. Unfortunately it was when I was too young to really go down with him, and he stopped going down due to health reasons by the time I was old enough. I've heard it's an amazing experience.
sick video. I fish that whole stretch of the Platte from North Gate Canyon to Seminoe mostly. The drought really put a damper on things this year. Wyoming is a very special place.
Price on corn shot through the roof and farmers are using every square inch of land. This has eliminated tons of habitat. I know here in nebraska we've had some major ice storms that have contributed to it as well. It was just nuts two years ago and seeing hundreds of quail and pheasant dead from suffocation due to the ice covering their beaks. Some people blame the turkeys, I havent quite bought into that theory. Habitat loss is huge.
Haven't been fishing in years, but soooo jelly of you that you fly fish! Always wanted to learn how and I'm sure next spring I'm gonna give it a whirl...
where do you live?
what's your budget? definitely stop by a fly shop in the area and take it from there. if you can afford it, do a guided trip
I'm online now searching for eastern washington trout water...looks like that's going to be our summer trip.
amazing may be an understatement. i live here & seems to get better by the year.
on a current note, it was a little brisk for the boat today but we tore the slotted-reds a new one again this morning (5ish a.m.) under the new dock lights.
kept enough for lunch & released the others in fun as we caught them.
shortly after daybreak (6:45 maybe)a pod of Porpoise came calling & after watching them show us how its really done, we called it a morning.
This post was edited by Crimson_Ghost 16 months ago
I'm in Jersey City and although I grew up in central jersey, the fishermen are all long gone. It was REALLY popular back in the early 80's, but there's no more hunters or fishermen out there and I hate going saltwater. To me that's catching, not fishing. I might make a trip up next year to Canada after a guided tour here in NY or Pennsy. Thanks man and have fun!!
to the fishing brethren, eat your hearts out !!!
the New Year started w/ sunny 65 & calm conditions so we made the 20 minute boat jaunt to BonSecour/Gulf Shores and started the year off in style.
ya just gotta love Mobile Bay.
Gotta love living on Mobile Bay! I love inshore fishing for speckled trout , reds, flounder, and tripletail. I grew up wading around Fort Morgan and along the Eastern Shore. I live on a good fishing spot, where I can hop in the water, catch some fish, then throw them in the skillet. I can't wait for that spring bite!
This post was edited by crockrj 15 months ago
google new jersey trout fishing...i know trout unlimitd has done an amazing job over the recent years...plus you could always road trip to pennsylvania and upstate new york.
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