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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnacle Bill View Post
    Bull sharks go up rivers and they are mean.
    You can see crabs up the river where I grew up all the way to the first lock.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    I first ate pinfish in the mid 1980s. I was cast netting mullet off of a sea wall on the way to Boca Grand pass in SW Fla. I got a bunch of big mullet on the last throw, more than I needed.. There was a family there fishing one of the passes, I gave them some of the mullet and they offered me some fresh cooked fish hot off the grease. It was small pieces, so I asked what is this..Pin Fish they said, They fillet and eat the big ones and use the small ones for bait. The fried pin fish was really good as were the side dishes they had. since that day I have eaten fish like squirrel fish, Southern Puffers, sting ray, and several others that usually get thrown back. There are plenty that I never wanted to eat...like Remora that may be tasty but never tried.

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    I believe it comes down to what one is comfortable eating or what they have been told that wasn't good to eat. Growing up I always heard the best recipe for gar was to season heavily and cook on an oak plank until tender. Allow to cool slightly, throw out the fish and enjoy that tender oak plank. Led me to believe to fish was not worth eating. Through the miracle of TV you realize people eat and enjoy them. It ia all regional as to what is acceptable to eat most times.
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    AND fresh water drum are trash and salt water drum are the greatest table fare ever
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    Blackened Gasper Goo. Hmmm
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    and ding dong silly me thunk this thread was gunna be about some fool ketchn triple tail and kawln em crappie
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    That ran through my head too. The first one I ever saw was caught by a then friend and he called it a sea brim.
    Listen to your gut over all the other voices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Flounder would be my target for inshore salt water. Mighty fine eating and a lot of fun to catch.
    I would have to agree with this. They can thump

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeetbum View Post
    That ran through my head too. The first one I ever saw was caught by a then friend and he called it a sea brim.
    they sort of act like crappie sometimes you know ,seen them suspend on buoys before way south of you, one per buoy .
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    I caught crappie & founder on back to back casts to a willow tree in brackish water on the west side of Albemarle Sound. Thought the flounder was a giant slab. All were big enough to hit the cooler & swim in grease.

    Jim

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