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The Rudest Fish I Have Ever Caught

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Most of the fish we catch are pretty cool, they do their part putting up a fight and swim away quickly when released, apparently holding no grudges for the experience.  Some fish may be a little inconsiderate, getting some slime on your clothes or hocking up a freshly eaten shad.  A few others have a bit of attitude, slapping their tail on the water as they swim away in an effort to get you wet & give you a "fish middle finger".  Then there is the rare fish that is just flat out rude, one like the one I caught yesterday.

 

My little Pond Prowler is only a couple of months old and the carpeting I installed a few weeks ago is in pristine shape.  I treat it like one treats any new vehicle, obsessing with keeping it clean & sharp.  Early yesterday morning, a 12 lb. channel catfish (picture below) interrupted my bass fishing when he chose to eat my Roboworm.  I was if I was water skiing as he dragged my boat around the cove I was in and peeled the 10 lb. test line off my reel.  His big mouth was an easy target for my fish grips and soon I was holding him up for a picture & weighing.  What I didn't expect was that this was the Al Bundy of catfish, a rude, crass individual who had no respect for others belongings.  Without warning, he suddenly dropped a deuce right on my brand new marine carpeting.  Now I'm not talking some little fish poop, this was a road apple that would have made a Clydesdale wince!!  I bet the fish lost a pound of weight after relieving himself on my boat.  I got him back in the water & I could swear he was giggling as I let him go.  Luckily the mess cleaned up easy and my pride & joy fishing deck is no worse for the wear.

 

Have you ever encountered any fish that had no respect for you?

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Maybe you scared the crap out of him and was thinking you were going to put him on a stringer and take him home destined for the deep fryer.

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Where's the pic of thee dookie? Haha funny story had me cracking up.

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I was so shocked by the size of the turd, all I could think of was to get it out of my boat.  Only later did I think I should have taken a picture of it.

 

I'm sure all those who have had a hand in getting technology to its current state would be proud to know that I wanted to use a smartphone to take pictures of a fish poop and then utilize the internet to tell the world about it...

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I've never really thought about it until reading your post but now, thinking about it, I think it's pretty amazing that out of the untold numbers of fish of all kinds that I've caught in the last 40+ years of fishing, I don't remember one ever pooping on me or my boat/float tube/canoe/kayak/etc.

 

On the other hand, over the years, I've probably been peed on by hundreds or more bluegills and sunfish, though (I'm not sure if it's really pee, but I prefer to think so...).

 

Tight lines,

Bob

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When catching spawning chinook salmon in the river it's not unusual to get ejaculated on...

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It could have been worse. It could have pooped on you insted.

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I have had more than one Pickerel crap all over my boat. They like to bleed a lot too.

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LOL!  I've been slimed, peed on, bled on, stung by cats, spashed and smacked... not never have I been pooped on.  That's epic!  All told, I would rather have a deuce dropped on my deck then stung by another cat though... IDK if it's rude or not, but hit hurts like the dickens!

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I get pooped on all the time while crankbait fishing and instead of lipping them into the boat I cradle them, apparently that squeezes them and well the rest is history... I usually dont realize it until the person I am fishing with says something like what is that all over your shirt???

 

Mitch

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LOL. I caught a 3 pound bass last year that must've been in the middle of using the crapper when he decided to eat the worm I threw at him.

 

Got him in the kayak, right over my lap to measure and weigh 'im and GOOD GRAVY what was that STENCH!! I turned his belly toward me and yeah. There it was and there it fell. On my lap. Wet bass crap. Talk about an awful smell. Fortunately I was done fishing - he was caught at the boat launch where my truck was...

 

So I can relate to your story.

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Yeah, gotta watch out for those trout. They'll squirt their man juice all over the place.

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