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PostPosted: Wed Jul 01, 2009 7:29 pm 
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Hmmm those are interesting, but the nice thing about the Boga Grips is that once you clip the fish on the lips it locks in place and will not come undone. Just clip it and grab the handle. It seems like the fish could come off, but it won't. I've seen guides pick up Tarpon with Boga's before.

The first two links look like simple pliers in which you have to keep constant pressure on them. The third link looks like it functions similarly to the Boga. Pretty good reviews on it and very cheap. Might be worth a try if you don't mind it not having a built in scale.


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Just caught this less than an hour ago.

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Did you eat this fish?


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Not yet. In the freezer.


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Not yet. In the freezer.


Does this commission you into the "hunting and fishing" ranks now?


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What kind of fish are these?

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Looks like Perch.


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Are they walleye ?


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:YellowPerch.jpg

not sure,they look like perch

they look more like walleye with the double fins up top.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walleye


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They are White Perch....... The big ones are very good to eat..


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My biggest bass, had no one to take my picture: (ETA: caught in a Florida lake)
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I looked it up. Native to where I am, and considered invasive to other areas because they were introduced by accident and eat the eggs of gamefish.

"An excellent panfish highly regarded as a food fish in the Eastern United States, it is not often exploited as a game fish and generally is regarded as undesirable, especially when over-population in fresh waters causes the species to become stunted."


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Yeah if it's not a salmon or steelhead I'm pretty much lost for what they are. But I do have some pretty nice rainbows in my pond, everybody thinks I feed them to much, that is besides me I think there just fine.




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That is awesome. We have one 220 acre lake which is stocked with salmon and trout. It is very close to me and in fact I grew up 1/6 mile from it and yet only fished it maybe twice. I should start now, but they only allow engines up to 50 HP and mine is a 60.


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That is awesome. We have one 220 acre lake which is stocked with salmon and trout. It is very close to me and in fact I grew up 1/6 mile from it and yet only fished it maybe twice. I should start now, but they only allow engines up to 50 HP and mine is a 60.


I KNEW IT! :lol:


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Yeah if it's not a salmon or steelhead I'm pretty much lost for what they are. But I do have some pretty nice rainbows in my pond, everybody thinks I feed them to much, that is besides me I think there just fine.




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The lake I fish at in town stocks the lake with rainbows. That's way bigger than any rainbow I've ever seen pulled out of the lakes around here. It also has catfish, bass, and bluegill in the lake. Catching bluegill with a fly is very fun :D

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rsilvers wrote:
That is awesome. We have one 220 acre lake which is stocked with salmon and trout. It is very close to me and in fact I grew up 1/6 mile from it and yet only fished it maybe twice. I should start now, but they only allow engines up to 50 HP and mine is a 60.


Get a 50 hp engine cover. Or change your hp decals.

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rsilvers wrote:
That is awesome. We have one 220 acre lake which is stocked with salmon and trout. It is very close to me and in fact I grew up 1/6 mile from it and yet only fished it maybe twice. I should start now, but they only allow engines up to 50 HP and mine is a 60.


Maybe just get a kicker motor and use it, you will need one for trolling anyway. To bad you are so far away, I have a brand new 9.9 Johnson that I have never used I might sell. Sounds like you might have a pretty nice place to fish, I would go for it.


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Yeah if it's not a salmon or steelhead I'm pretty much lost for what they are. But I do have some pretty nice rainbows in my pond, everybody thinks I feed them to much, that is besides me I think there just fine.






The lake I fish at in town stocks the lake with rainbows. That's way bigger than any rainbow I've ever seen pulled out of the lakes around here. It also has catfish, bass, and bluegill in the lake. Catching bluegill with a fly is very fun :D


The cool thing about that trout is I released it unharmed (yeah it's alive in that picture) and it's even bigger now. But he has a few freinds in the pond that are just as big if not bigger. And these fish are smarter then people give them credit for, so catching the big ones isn't easy.


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45 lb yellowcat with rod and reel! Very much fun. :lol:

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A california sea lion that I would guess weighed about 500 lbs that chomped a barracuda that I hooked. I watched it jump like a marlin and the cut the line before it completely spooled me.

And thise are some weird lookin perch, never seen those before. Looks kinda like a large mouth/white bass hybrid--crazy.

Oh ya and the OG Bogas are worth the money, I gave one to my uncle years ago and love using it to pick up largemouths full of treble hooks.


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85 lb Wahoo
345 lb Bull Shark off of the beach
55 lb redfish off the beach
46 lb King
62 lb Cobia
36 lb Blackfin Tuna
38 lb Amberjack
28 lb Gag Grouper
23 lb Red Grouper
18 lb Red Snaper
Big Big Cudas never wieghed those toothy bastards

I get lucky fishing in saltwater but suck at the freshwater game. All fish were taken off of Destin Fl.


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so who's going fishing in thai land ? i hear they got some MONSTER catfish..... :P

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2 of 30 large mouth caught on monday.
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