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What To You Fish For?

Thread in 'Fishing' started by Boater633, Mar 3, 2015.

  1. Boater633

    Boater633 Active Member

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    I'm in NJ. Mostly bass and trolling for lakers where I am. I do travel with the boat so I fish for everything. Don't really care whats on the end of the line. Bigger the better.
     
  2. AirForce

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    Me, I just like feeling the tug of the line for anything except sail cats and sharks, so far (besides snakes) I haven't really found anything else besides and eel, turtle, sail cat, and shark that either scares the crap outta me or ticks me off the most when I catch them (or combination thereof).
     
  3. Donald Prater

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    Anything but slick skins(cat fish). Bass most of the time.
     
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    AirForce Well-Known Member

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    Now I like fishing for regular catfish (blue's, channel, flathead) in freshwater, but I'd much rather catch a load of crappie (which I haven't done in years) for eating or go down to Louisiana for speckled trout (favorite), founder (2nd favorite) and Redfish UNLESS I can get a mile or so offshore and fish for the 15-30lb cobia's, amberjacks, for big meat fish steaks but nothing is finer to me than fried trout and fried taters. ummm ummmm :D
     
  5. mzodarg

    mzodarg Well-Known Member

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    Love to catch them big bass, catch and release. I also like trolling for Walleye-Saugeye. I always enjoy a good black spotted crappie spawn as well.

    Haven't caught an alligator Gar yet but see other catch them, I'm good-no desire!
     
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    Enjoy bass fishing the most but sometimes catch redfish while fishing for bass on the river. The only fish I keep these days is crappie and I haven't fished for them in a few years....maybe this year since I got lots of time(retired).
     
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    I have been retired for 5 years and it is a great life. Plenty of time to do whatever I want to do.
     
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    Back in the late 60's, pond fishing in SC with a top water plug (Luck 13 skinned with a frogs leg), made some cast near a small island on the pond and out of the brush "bam", a very large Water Moccasin was caught on the hooks. Natural color for a top water plug. Not much of a fight, until at the bank.:eek:
     
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    Walleyes, Sauger, Crappie, Catfish, then Bass and other carp...lol
     

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