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Picture of the biggest fish in your Trophy (or other Bayliner) 05 Feb 2009 02:23 #51

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avanti42;246012 wrote: better looking lobster,,,any way you can ship those to 98275?:arr


They have to travel through 20871 first, something might happen to a few of them before they get to you.;) YUM YUM---CRAAAYS (in you best Homer simpson voice):rolleyes:

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Picture of the biggest fish in your Trophy (or other Bayliner) 09 Feb 2009 01:21 #52

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Picture of the biggest fish in your Trophy (or other Bayliner) 09 Feb 2009 02:59 #53

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Which one of you caught that fish? ;)

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Picture of the biggest fish in your Trophy (or other Bayliner) 18 Feb 2009 18:37 #54

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Picture of the biggest fish in your Trophy (or other Bayliner) 18 Feb 2009 23:47 #55

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Hahaha Mike and Reed

I could bring one like this and then you could both share. Would have to purchase an airfare for the cray though ;)

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Picture of the biggest fish in your Trophy (or other Bayliner) 19 Feb 2009 01:40 #56

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Nice Crayfish, was that about 5kgs?

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Picture of the biggest fish in your Trophy (or other Bayliner) 19 Feb 2009 11:42 #57

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ooooui ! nice bug!

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Picture of the biggest fish in your Trophy (or other Bayliner) 23 Feb 2009 04:34 #58

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Just under 5kg from memory.

Will be trying to find a few more this coming weekend.

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Picture of the biggest fish in your Trophy (or other Bayliner) 24 Feb 2009 03:40 #59

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Holy moly, that would feed my family for a month :D

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Unemployed right now so I'm shore bound! But living in SW Fl you can fish from sea walls, Piers, vacant lots, beaches, etc. I got this little Bull Shark while sippin on a cold one while fishing for Tarpon at a canal, on a vacant lot w/ a concret dock, close to my house. caught her Sat. and Sat. night we ate her! Yum!

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I'd rather have been on my Trophy though!

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Frankie G;262016 wrote: Unemployed right now so I'm shore bound! But living in SW Fl you can fish from sea walls, Piers, vacant lots, beaches, etc. I got this little Bull Shark while sippin on a cold one while fishing for Tarpon at a canal, on a vacant lot w/ a concret dock, close to my house. caught her Sat. and Sat. night we ate her! Yum!


Congratulation, Frankie!

Geeeez, sharks are living even in areas where's lot of boat traffic, etc?
Can you guys swim around your houses at all?

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Swimming, yes, tubing, yes, they don't eat people. To much food for them to eat.( fish & animals ) we also have Alligators too! ya gotta watch for those guys though. Any where there's salt water or Brackish water ....there's sharks, bull sharks can even live in fresh water. this Bull was caught in a canal 2 mls from the river and the river is 10 mls from the Gulf of Mexico, whether you know it or not! They just don't harm you on purpose. You've got more chance getting struck by lightning down here that bitten by sharks

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Frankie G;262084 wrote: Swimming, yes, tubing, yes, they don't eat people. To much food for them to eat.( fish & animals ) we also have Alligators too! ya gotta watch for those guys though. Any where there's salt water or Brackish water ....there's sharks, bull sharks can even live in fresh water. this Bull was caught in a canal 2 mls from the river and the river is 10 mls from the Gulf of Mexico, whether you know it or not! They just don't harm you on purpose. You've got more chance getting struck by lightning down here that bitten by sharks


Oh man, I would not risk it, too chicken to meet a shark in the water. :ouch
I know they do bite people "by mistake" in the ocean occasionally, and I know bull shark can live (and will attack from time to time) in fresh water, but had no idea you can find them that far from the ocean!
Thanks for the explanation, Frank! I think I'll stay in our waters here in PNW, friken' cold, but no sharks (except for basking' sharks and dog fish)

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google bull sharks and missisippi river:

http://www.nokomiseast.org/yard/light/creeksharks.html

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cbrenthus;262124 wrote: google bull sharks and missisippi river:

http://www.nokomiseast.org/yard/light/creeksharks.html



True story???

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jstefano;262395 wrote: True story???


Wouldn't surprise me. I know bull sharks can survive for extended periods of time in freshwater. They are known to frequent the Ganges and Zambezi rivers in Africa and India, and also Lake Nicaraugau, although I have heard they are dissapearing from Lake Nicaraugau. I also know that they have been caught pretty far up the missisippi before, though the above story is pretty far!

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Here is a good article on freshwater bulls:

http://www.elasmo-research.org/education/ecology/fresh-bull.htm

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Down here in FL. It's shark infested waters...same as ANY tropical resort area. People swim w/sharks every day and don't even realize it, sharks are not the MEAN, MAN EATING machines there opp to be, its proven by statistics you more pron to be struck by lighting than bitten by sharks. Now don't be stupid and swim at night or thrash around in dark muddy water, there are some things that will increase the odds but you learn. The tropic's are a wonderful place. There's sharks where your from too that live and dwell in the shallows too... you just don't think about it! :p Google shark attacks and light'n strikes in FL. Not allot of either, and remember the large population as well. Here's one more shot

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cbrenthus;262436 wrote: Here is a good article on freshwater bulls:

http://www.elasmo-research.org/education/ecology/fresh-bull.htm


Oh, $hit! From now on, I am swimming in the pools only!!!

Given its formidable size and dentition, the Bull Shark may be the most dangerous of all shark species. However, it is becoming painfully clear that freshwater habitats are very sensitive to pollution and other ecological stresses imposed by human habitation. Thus we may prove to be an even greater danger to Bull Sharks than vice versa.


God bless human habitation, let's kill those bastards in the lakes and rivers :arr

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Frankie G;262443 wrote: Down here in FL. It's shark infested waters...same as ANY tropical resort area. ....

LOVE this place!!!!!!!!



Frank, you are my hero! I was thinking about retiring to Florida one day, but now it will be most likely Alaska... oh, forgot about grizzlies! Looks like I am staying in Vancouver. But there is an outbreak of gang violence going on here right now. Crap! :ouch

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there's probably more grizzly attacks than sharks. Come on down the fish'n is like no where! thats why I came down.

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Frankie G;262548 wrote: there's probably more grizzly attacks than sharks. Come on down the fish'n is like no where! thats why I came down.


Thanks Frank!!!

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jstefano;262472 wrote: Oh, $hit! From now on, I am swimming in the pools only!!!







Now if you live on a fresh water canal w/ no screened cage you'll have to look before you jump in!..... Gators often are found in peoples in ground pools! It's fun live'n in the Tropics. Come on now there's plenty of stuff that bites and gives ya the willies, up north too! I came from the north like most southerners.

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Frankie G;262928 wrote: ... Come on now there's plenty of stuff that bites and gives ya the willies, up north too!....


That's true
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Aquaholic21;257535 wrote: Hahaha Mike and Reed

I could bring one like this and then you could both share. Would have to purchase an airfare for the cray though ;)

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Cheers Pete


All I can say is WOOOOOOOOW!!!

I should know better than to look at this thread to close to dinner time. :hammer I suddenly have a craving for seafood.

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