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    Quote Originally Posted by have-a-crappie-day View Post
    What in the world do you cat h w/ those??

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    Quote Originally Posted by cantcaresb View Post
    that aint what was in the creek behind my house LOL they were crappie size minners (untrained)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cantcaresb View Post
    Anyone know where to catch them?
    The Enoree River is full of suckers, although I don't know if they are the red horse variety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncle remus View Post
    that aint what was in the creek behind my house LOL they were crappie size minners (untrained)
    Remus.... we have redhorse minnows in our creeks, mine was full of them the last time i looked,you will see them in big schools,I have caught them before and crappie fished with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cantcaresb View Post
    That looks like the suckers we have here in broad river, they get up to 12 to 14 inches long.

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    there used to be suckers in clark-fork creek in the spring time but I have not been over there for many years
    so I don't know if they still run in it or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by Countryboy N.C. View Post
    Remus.... we have redhorse minnows in our creeks, mine was full of them the last time i looked,you will see them in big schools,I have caught them before and crappie fished with them.
    yeah they used to be hear like that == don't know what happened to um but back in the day it didn't take but
    a few minuets to catch enough to go fishin == and crappie loved them things. they piled up little piles of small
    gravel = I guess to lay their eggs = and would be big herds of um around it.
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    Got some red horse minners in the creek below the house. They been there for years.
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    Put cotton seed meal in mesh bag and place in river out of the current. Fish next day over or near bag with small red worm. Fun on hand pole or rod. GOOD Eating if you know how to prepare. Filet RHS and leave skin on. Gash every 1/4 inch from meat side down to skin and then deep fry. This fish is full of tiny bones but they will cook out if gashed. This method works great on Jack fish(Chain Pickerel). Good eating folks....

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