massive sturgean caught.

Discussion in 'The Hunting & Fishing Forum' started by skullfr, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. skullfr

    skullfr New Member

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  2. carver

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    Now that's a fish story!
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    what a fish fry that would make
  5. Iron Eagle

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    Carver, it ain't a story if you got pictures! :)
  6. cpttango30

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    We got them that big in the Sacramento River in CA.
  7. JLA

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    Im really hungry now..
  8. Gun Geezer

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    Went fishing yesterday in Door County, Wisconsin. Caught nearly 100 small mouth bass in the 3-5 lb. range. Best fishing day ever!
  9. Zane71464

    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    That is one big "fish"! That would make a lot of good eating!

    Good Fishing Gun Geezer! Sounds like a lot of good eating.
  10. aa1911

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    very cool! Neighbor fishes the Columbia for those monsters, I stick with salmon locally due to time/money.

    Wonder if it's going to taste good or is it too old now?
  11. okiefired

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    I think it is stinkin great they released it! 100 yr old fish....still going strong.

    okie
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    Downriver in the Yukon, the Sheefish & Burbot get bigger than here upriver near Canada. They get 4-5 foot long, have seen sheefish but haven't personally seen any burbot over 4 foot.

    Those white whales swim up the river a thousand miles too, but never quite to where we call home. If they did, I'm sure everybody here would turn out with spears, guns, nets, and just about anything they had to get them.
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    Now I'm jealous! I was born and raised a cheesehead, and we used to vacation in Fish creek. Those were the days!!!