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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by potionmaker, Apr 25, 2006.

  1. potionmaker

    potionmaker 1/2 ton status

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    Here's a pic from fishing this weekend. Couple flounder for y'all. The bites not REAL hot yet, but they're comin' in!!


    These were caught in the lower Chesapeake Bay, near the BBT. Hope ya like!!

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    awesome. those look big to me, are they concidered large?
     
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    nice...
     
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    I love stuffed flounder.
     
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    I love my mouth stuffed with flounder!




    Nice fish, I wanna do that on the coast soon!
     
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    nice. they range between 5-8 lbs?
     
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    Dang no kiddin huh, I thought they got about half the size of halibut...But then again if I fished professionally I'd starve...:haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    I don't know what's the biggest they get. the biggest I gigged was almost 13 lbs.
     
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    What halibut? Don't they get like 6' long and about 4' wide and afoot thick?
     
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    Nice! I'm hanging down in Punta Gorda right now but haven't had a chance to go fishing yet. Should be this weekend I hope. I'm right off Port Charolette hanging by the pool right now. Poles & gear heading here by Fed Ex should be here tomorrow I hope. I'll post up if we get anything good.
     
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    fishing in alaska is like nothing else, ive gone after king salmon, combat fished and goen after halibut, its amazing...
     
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    Thanks guys. Those two are between 3-5 lbs. Citation is 7lbs 6oz. When they get thick in the bay this spring, it's not unusual to get a citation every day!! My father-in-law is retired and fishes almost everyday. I believe his biggest flounder is 13-14 lbs. and that's a monster! Not sure what the record is, but it's bigger than that.

    Yeh, these are from the same family as Halibut, but muuuuuuuuch smaller. Halibut get to about 300-400 lbs, atleast!! Can't imagine catchin' one of those.

    Good luck to all you fishermen out there!!!!

    Tight lines,
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