Multi Species Fish Pics

Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by Fonzie, Sep 2, 2006.

  1. Fonzie

    Fonzie Well-Known Member

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    Here I am with a decent cat from one of the cooling lakes near Chicago.

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    My buddy with a real nice Blue from a different cooling lake.

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    Me again with a fatty from a Southern Wisconsin lake.

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    Da Fonz
     
  2. cowgirlone

    cowgirlone Well-Known Member

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  3. Hears The Water

    Hears The Water Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Woah!!! nice fish! I am now suffering from fish envy! *grin*
    God bless you and yours
    Debbie
     
  4. Fonzie

    Fonzie Well-Known Member

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    Sorry the pics are so huge.
    I've posted pics from photobucket on other sites and they always end up sized correctly. I wonder if it's a HT issue.

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  5. Wow! Those are nice. Just wondering if the fish are wormy from those cooling lakes. We have a few of them down here at the electric power companies and you can catch bass by the 100's in the winter time. Only thing is, is that they are so wormy that they don't look very palatable.
     
  6. Fonzie

    Fonzie Well-Known Member

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    r.h. I've read your posts for quite a while on HT.
    Would you explain to me what you mean by "wormy"? Do you mean some sort of parasite that effects the flesh of a fish that makes it unpalatable?
    This particular cooling lake {heidecke lake} was oil-fired and non nuclear...so no funny growths that would freak a person out.

    Da Fonz
     
  7. MERRYMEDIC

    MERRYMEDIC LIVE YOUR LIFE...

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    Fish caught out of ponds here in Oklahoma in the summer have actual worms in them. You can see them in between the ribs in the fins. They look like quarter inch long maggots. Kinda gross, but they are not found in the winter.
     
  8. jessin

    jessin Well-Known Member

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    cool fish!!!