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    Living only a half hour from the border, I buy both a non-resident hunting and fishing license in West Virginia. Fished a small pond down there today. Here's a few pics. The last fish is what I believe to be a warmouth. Red eyes and marked up differently than any of the green sunfish & green sunfish/gill hybrids I normally catch. Appreciate any comments you would have. Was surprised to read that warmouth are endangered in Pa. What I do know is that he sure gave me a tussle on that little 4 1/2 ft. St.Croix/Mitchell 308 setup he hit.Name:  DSC00630.jpg
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    Some nice fish, good job.
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    Great pics, great job. Thanks for sharing.
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    Pretty fish.


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    This was a good trip, MR. Congrats and some really pretty fish. Haven’t been through WVA in years - good idea to have the OOS license.
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    Sounds like an awesome trip
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobC View Post
    This was a good trip, MR. Congrats and some really pretty fish. Haven’t been through WVA in years - good idea to have the OOS license.
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    With all the development that has gone on in this area of the state the last few years it is good to have that option.
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    Nice fish Great pics and caught on different lures. Excellent
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    Good looking fish and a nice throwback reel!
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    Moonrunner, that last fish is indeed a warmouth We catch tons of them in the Okefenokee Swamp in South Georgia. Heading down there a week from Monday.

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    Living only a half hour from the border, I buy both a non-resident hunting and fishing license in West Virginia. Fished a small pond down there today. Here's a few pics. The last fish is what I believe to be a warmouth. Red eyes and marked up differently than any of the green sunfish & green sunfish/gill hybrids I normally catch. Appreciate any comments you would have. Was surprised to read that warmouth are endangered in Pa. What I do know is that he sure gave me a tussle on that little 4 1/2 ft. St.Croix/Mitchell 308 setup he hit.
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