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    Default Long Nose Toothy Crappie

    Anyone else caught one of these at Wylie on a jig?? Never dreamed I could land it with cuttin the line. 10 minutes and several long runs. Iíve caught them trolling but never casting. Name:  IMG_4332.jpg
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    Aw yeah, Mr. Garo Yepremian there on your line. Prehistoric fish right there!

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    I have never caught one of those toothy critters yet. Did you catch anything else while out on the water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfinder8 View Post
    I have never caught one of those toothy critters yet. Did you catch anything else while out on the water?

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    Plenty of 7-9 inch but only 10 over 10 inches, only had 2 10 inch and 8 were 11-13.


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    I don't know if I've ever caught one on Wylie, but they are thick on Lake Murray. I've caught them trolling, tightlining, jigging, casting.... Probably 15-20 years ago I actually cleaned one and ate it. I chopped his head off and used tin snips to go right down his back. There's two "tenderloin" looking strips of pretty white meat that you can carve out. To be honest, it was actually pretty good. A different texture meat, but it I cut them into little scallop sized pieces and that's kind of what it reminded me of. It was a lot of work to clean though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crappie Buster View Post
    I don't know if I've ever caught one on Wylie, but they are thick on Lake Murray. I've caught them trolling, tightlining, jigging, casting.... Probably 15-20 years ago I actually cleaned one and ate it. I chopped his head off and used tin snips to go right down his back. There's two "tenderloin" looking strips of pretty white meat that you can carve out. To be honest, it was actually pretty good. A different texture meat, but it I cut them into little scallop sized pieces and that's kind of what it reminded me of. It was a lot of work to clean though.
    Iíve caught plenty at Murray. Iíve fed them a lot of shiners around Rocky CK and Swaggerts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crappie Buster View Post
    I don't know if I've ever caught one on Wylie, but they are thick on Lake Murray. I've caught them trolling, tightlining, jigging, casting.... Probably 15-20 years ago I actually cleaned one and ate it. I chopped his head off and used tin snips to go right down his back. There's two "tenderloin" looking strips of pretty white meat that you can carve out. To be honest, it was actually pretty good. A different texture meat, but it I cut them into little scallop sized pieces and that's kind of what it reminded me of. It was a lot of work to clean though.
    I have always heard it was good eating
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    There's plenty in the Santee swamp.
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    We hooked our first one on Wylie this summer trolling, but the hook pulled straight after about 5 minutes of back and forth. I hope they don't get too established on Wylie, I remember fishing Murray with my granddad back in the day and they could be a nuisance.
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    They have been in Wylie for a long long time. Lots below the dam. We always seen them above the dam in the summer time dead along the shore line. The boat traffic keeps them pushed back to where they can't just lounge around on top basking in the sun. Fun to catch but usually takes a lure with them when they break the line. Some people use nylon rope attached to fishing line and reel it across the top of the water and they will hit it and get snagged in the nylon with those sharp teeth. Years ago bow hunters shot them from the ledge of the dam on the Fort Mill side of the dam. I never saw that as a sport just to kill them and leave them laying on the rocks. They get real big if left alone!

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