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fishing trip

Discussion in 'Fishing and other lies' started by catfish, Oct 21, 2014.

  1. catfish

    catfish Well-Known Member

    since wife aint on the hunting as much as I she been wanting to go fishing so with two deer already in the bag I bought some minnows and the way we went. we caught 15 specs, 2 jack fish,3 woremouth and 1 bass. she is frying them up now as I write this. gona have some greetsssss , tomatoes man cant wait .
     
  2. Wannabe

    Wannabe Well-Known Member

    Sounds like Mr. Catfish is eating High on the Hog. Ya'll had a fun day.
    Bob
     
  3. oldsparkey

    oldsparkey Well-Known Member

    You and the wife are eating darn good thanks to all your outdoor activities. :D
     
  4. catfish

    catfish Well-Known Member

    yea we had the grands over yesterday and the oldest ate two plates of grits and tomatoes. she also gave the fish trouble also. :D we ate everyone the wife cooked.

    does any one else eat the jack fish? I know up north I guess there just over grown jacks ( pikes).
     
  5. Kayak Jack

    Kayak Jack Well-Known Member

    Are you talkin northern pike? Long, slender fish, teeth like a barracuda?
    If so, some folks do, most don't eat them.
     
  6. catfish

    catfish Well-Known Member

    yep jack that be the ones I'm talking about . I think some people call them muskies too ?
     
  7. Kayak Jack

    Kayak Jack Well-Known Member

    Muskelunge, or muskie, is a different fish. Muskies can grow to 6' or more. Northerns not as large, but ferocious. Both are fighters to catch, neither is excellent eating.
     
  8. oldsparkey

    oldsparkey Well-Known Member

    Same here in Florida , Freshwater Jacks are like the northern Muskie but a lot smaller with lots of teeth but definitely not a muskie'
    Also called the Chain Pickerel.
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    Salt water Jacks are the Jack Crevalle which is a hard fighting fish and nothing like the fresh water Jack.
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  9. Wannabe

    Wannabe Well-Known Member

    I used to have a friend who was fond of sayng "one Jack fish, one fishing trip".
    Bob
     

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