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    Quote Originally Posted by hdhntr View Post
    your still ketchn which is always fun and some have said they are good to eat. don't have them where I fish.
    consider yourself lucky , they are pesky darn things , but to be sure of this when nothing wants to bite , they ALWAYS do ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    the main problems I have with them are ,,,,will rip hands up in a new york minute and jigs as well ....
    hard on the tackle and hands is them feisty things for sure .....
    A pair of long-nose pliers applied judiciously upside their noggin takes the feisty right out growing numbers of


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracker123 View Post
    Those look like white bass I used to catch on lake somerville close to Bryan/College Station when I was going to school. Very strong fishy taste for sure, didn't care much for them.
    Not sure if they are in Somerville, but most striped fish have a pretty strong fishy flavor. Last sand bass I brought home was the last one to ever visit my house….
    My wife took a bite and said WHAT kinda fish is that one , I said sand bass and she said do not bring anymore home to our house please
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    Yellow bass are definitely fun to catch on light tackle. In my opinion they do have a stronger fishy taste but if you catch a few bigger ones (9-12 inches) try soaking the filets or whole with bones in a little water/buttermilk mixture for a few hours. Rinse, lightly season and fry them crispy...taste pretty good.

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