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Re:Photo Thread 2013/06/28 13:20:51 (permalink)
Saltwater sheep seem to be better table fare than freshwater sheep.  I've never had it, but when I'm in Mississippi fishing the Gulf, I see them go on stringers and in live wells quite often.  A couple in-shore charters whose fishing reports I read in advance of my almost yearly trips down there actually target them for their clients from time to time, especially in the fall and winter when other, more sought-after species are less predictable. 
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/06/28 14:27:29 (permalink)
Most saltwater fish seem to be better than their freshwater cousins, to my taste buds at least.  Although, I do prefer yellow perch to the "ocean perch" they sell at the grocery store, and to most fish for that matter.  Also, to note, sheepshead in Erie is just a slang term for them.  There is a saltwater fish called sheepshead that is supposed to be very good eating as well, strange (human like) looking teeth on them...  I don't think either of the "sheepshead" are winning any beauty contests, where those bull reds are a great looking fish.  Lose a little of their natural beauty hanging from a spike, but a pretty cool pic in a little morbid way!  Especially how they hung those black tips...  I also hear they are good on the grill too, but might want to keep them from the kids.  Not sure about black tip, but most sharks are high in mercury.
 
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/06/28 14:44:35 (permalink)
Salt water sheepshead are delicious. Very common in SW FL (where my parents live)too. With those little teeth, they're excellent bait stealers. I've caught them in 70fow and 7" of water. Half a shrimp on a small circle hook or you'll get robbed every time.
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/06/30 08:19:26 (permalink)
I did the poor mans shrimp,one time back in the lake Erie pre- zebrera mussle days,we got a quick two man ticket as always and where back at the nut 9 ish am. We caught a couple of really big sheepies, I filleted the back (loin) meat and cut into shrimp size strips, drop in boiling water 1 min,then into ice water. I added a generous amout of Old Bay seafood seasoning to the boiling water. they weren't bad but never did it again.
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/06/30 12:11:39 (permalink)


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Re:Photo Thread 2013/06/30 14:28:04 (permalink)
Nice cats!
 
Gotta love freshwater redfish. Don't know why they get such a bad rep, I'd rather catch a lot of them than a couple walleye any day. And on Erie it sometimes gets boring reeling up the lifeless perch all the time, the sheepies change it up a bit and actually put up a fight.
 

 

 
Fished out in Central PA the past 5 days.  It was nice to fish some real trout streams.  Stockies are ok though, but there's nothing like wild trout.
 






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Re:Photo Thread 2013/07/01 20:18:38 (permalink)
ive seen that place in my dreams!
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/07/02 17:05:28 (permalink)
I'd love to see more "catch and release only" streams in nwpa. Wild trout are so much more fun and challenging that I wish there were more opportunites within an hr or 2 drive
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/07/03 15:24:29 (permalink)
CVapt . Hook,
Yes he does a good job with the PAOJ. He's a good guy.
 I am a staff writter for him as well.
post edited by JEB - 2013/07/03 15:25:38
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/07/05 22:01:28 (permalink)
That's cool Jeb.........Trout Guy nice photo mix as always. Been a slow bite for me after the local Muskies we caught. No big numbers or size fish for awhile.

post edited by CAPTAIN HOOK - 2013/07/05 22:20:30
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/07/12 16:51:34 (permalink)
Thanks Captain Hook. I unfortunately took my camera for a swim since my last post so I have to rely on my phone temporarily.  The quality isn't  bad, but I know what I'm getting for my birthday ;) 
 


 


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Re:Photo Thread 2013/07/24 13:42:05 (permalink)
Scratched 2 new species off the list on Sunday! Gar and Sauger.  Those gar actually fought a lot harder than I thought, but those sauger fought even worse than walleye.  Both cool fish though.  These pics aren't from PA, but very close(like 15min tops from the border).
 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/08/26 20:07:16 (permalink)



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Re:Photo Thread 2013/08/27 14:20:17 (permalink)
All the following are from the Ohio River in PA from July-August.
 
38" 30#

41" 33#

39" 39#

39# same fish

41" 34#

39" 30#

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/08/27 16:10:33 (permalink)
Nice fish guys!
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/08/28 13:39:22 (permalink)
I'll second that, thanks for posting all of the awesome shots from your endeavors...
 
It's been a great year thus far, but what year isn't when you can get out and do what you love? 
 
Thanks again.
 

 
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/08/28 14:47:19 (permalink)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/08/28 15:38:00 (permalink)
pathetically, i ate Long John Silvers the other night....sorry, no pics 
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/08/30 23:31:03 (permalink)
Great pics guys............all !
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/08/31 07:22:11 (permalink)



Have a safe holiday guys
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/09/01 22:11:20 (permalink)

 


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Re:Photo Thread 2013/09/02 08:02:51 (permalink)
Captain where is that first pic of that old bridge...it looks really familiar
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/09/02 12:07:53 (permalink)
Looks like Shenango river near Sharon.

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/09/03 10:19:01 (permalink)
Johnson Creek N.Y.   Took it a few years back while fishing for Brown Trout upstream.  Covered with vines its a small walk across bridge don't know if it's useable or still there ...........just looked old.
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/09/03 10:49:28 (permalink)
A few N.Y. oldies....................







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Re:Photo Thread 2013/09/03 11:37:36 (permalink)

 

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/09/03 15:55:02 (permalink)




"There is a pleasure in Angling that no one knows but the Angler himself". WB
 
 


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Re:Photo Thread 2013/09/05 14:34:49 (permalink)
Nice pics everyone, best thread on here right now!
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/09/05 23:36:27 (permalink)
Just trying the new setup........



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