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Its kinda funny to me that I lived in Alaska for 24 years and then catch my biggest fish ever in Montana.

Paddlefish 82 pounds.



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Posts: 9077 | Location: Montana | Registered: 25 June 2001Reply With Quote
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Nice fish!


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shocker What a Beast!!!


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Posts: 2205 | Location: East Wenatchee | Registered: 18 August 2008Reply With Quote
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What a great catch! What tackle and terminal tackle were you using? My understanding is that you must snag them with large treble hooks, which seems like a very slow and painful way to fish, as I'd imagine that you'd snag about 1,000 pieces of river junk for every fish that you'd hook.


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That is neat as hell man!

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Very cool.

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Huge! tu2
 
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I have heard the flesh is wonderful -- like lobster.


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Looks full of egg's from here.
Dandy fish!

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Here is a big one I saw at the Kalispel Montana airport.
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Sorry bud, but that definitely ISNT a paddlefish. You can't tell the difference between a paddlefish and a trout???
 
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Sorry bud, but that definitely ISNT a paddlefish. You can't tell the difference between a paddlefish and a trout???

Who cares idiot?? At least I know what a real trophy fish looks like.
I'll take a guess at naming that fish in my picture.I say that it is a steel head rainbow trout.
 
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Wrong again. Pretty sure it's a lake trout. You need to quit qhile you are behind. It's only getting worse.... hammering
 
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Holy fuck shootaway.....you sure it's not a marlin?

Why call the guy an idiot when he corrected you in a gentlemanly manner?

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Consider the source, Norton.....
 
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Originally posted by jdollar:
Sorry bud, but that definitely ISNT a paddlefish. You can't tell the difference between a paddlefish and a trout???

Who cares idiot?? At least I know what a real trophy fish looks like.
I'll take a guess at naming that fish in my picture.I say that it is a steel head rainbow trout.


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Sorry bud, but that definitely ISNT a paddlefish. You can't tell the difference between a paddlefish and a trout???

Who cares idiot?? At least I know what a real trophy fish looks like.
I'll take a guess at naming that fish in my picture.I say that it is a steel head rainbow trout.

How do you know what a trophy fish looks like if you have no dea what species of fish you are looking at??? faint
 
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Originally posted by jdollar:
Sorry bud, but that definitely ISNT a paddlefish. You can't tell the difference between a paddlefish and a trout???

Who cares idiot?? At least I know what a real trophy fish looks like.
I'll take a guess at naming that fish in my picture.I say that it is a steel head rainbow trout.

How do you know what a trophy fish looks like if you have no dea what species of fish you are looking at??? faint


I thought it was open for those freshwater marlin fishing

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I plan on taking special tackle to Brazil in Nov for those fresh water marlin and maybe the tuna and Mahi-mahi that inhabit the same river. Hope I can recognize a real trophy when I catch one, like shootacow. rotflmo
 
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I plan on taking special tackle to Brazil in Nov for those fresh water marlin and maybe the tuna and Mahi-mahi that inhabit the same river. Hope I can recognize a real trophy when I catch one, like shootacow. rotflmo


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Ole Shootaway strikes again! lol

Someone start another trophy fish species thread, please. Something out of the ordinary such as the paddlefish. Maybe a sturgeon, gar or Atlantic halibut. My money's on him following up with a response pic of an amphibian, mollusk or brown bear. You can't make this stuff up! And yes, lakers are the only trout sporting a deeply forked tail. Or wing, or bill or shell or whatever they have... Smiler


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Ole Shootaway strikes again! lol

Someone start another trophy fish species thread, please. Something out of the ordinary such as the paddlefish. Maybe a sturgeon, gar or Atlantic halibut. My money's on him following up with a response pic of an amphibian, mollusk or brown bear. You can't make this stuff up! And yes, lakers are the only trout sporting a deeply forked tail. Or wing, or bill or shell or whatever they have... Smiler


OK....I'll start: here's a pic of my trophy steel head rainbow trout doing the ritualistic chicken mating dance. Check out its beak.

 
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