- Aug 16, 2019
- Location (City and/or State)
- Sandstone mn
Oh yes if you didn't know I forgot to add the species of fish I caught. Green sturgeon. My husband's was a lake sturgeon I believe and my nephew's was a green sturgeon as well.Hey y'all, do you guys have any fishing pictures? If so post them below [emoji4] [emoji116] I'll start this is my favorite one of me and my hubby and our nephew, of course I had to put it in a collage couldn't resist. Your turn [emoji846] I bet there are some more fish lovers out there [emoji6] View attachment 280039
I like that one in the blue net. He looks like a largemouth bass with spots!I've got these on my phone.
They are exotic, invasive fishes I've caught locally.
They are a Jaguar cichlid
A Salvini cichlid
A Red Devil cichlid
And 5 Midas cichlids.
South American fishes have taken over our waterways BIGTIME.
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That's okay you don't have pictures [emoji4] just your comment works [emoji4] my kids are almost old enough to come fishing with us now. I'm sure you have alot of great memories and stories YvonneI've got lots of fishing pictures, but they're not digital. This was YEARS ago when my kids were small. They're now grown and producing great grandkids.
One time my husband and I were sitting in a small boat the middle of a sand and gravel pit that had been stocked with fish and we were fishing for largemouth bass. I had a neon orange plastic worm on a hook and was just slowly dragging it along the bottom. The fish that I reeled in wasn't even hooked. It was a 5lb channel cat that had clamped down on the tail of the worm and wouldn't let go.
Oh my gosh I just read the rest of your comment wow that's a great story Yvonne!That's okay you don't have pictures [emoji4] just your comment works [emoji4] my kids are almost old enough to come fishing with us now. I'm sure you have alot of great memories and stories Yvonne