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QUAKEnSHAKE    974

Saw some crappie hanging around thought I would give them a whirl. One managed to be nice

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Jar11591    1,643
9 hours ago, bassh8er said:

 

I'd call that a green sunfish or green sunfish hybrid, but not a bluegill.

 

To me it actually looks like a pumpkinseed with faded color.

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lonnie g    828
16 hours ago, QUAKEnSHAKE said:

Saw some crappie hanging around thought I would give them a whirl. One managed to be nice

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yum! yum! when's dinner? nice 12 incher

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lonnie g    828
On ‎5‎/‎10‎/‎2017 at 9:59 PM, lo n slo said:

me and a friend fished this 5 acre pond (mud hole) for a couple hours this afternoon and managed to scratch out around 10 fish, mostly crappie, on yellow road runners tipped with yum curly tails, but this bream stole the show.

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looks like supper to me. I'M IN!!:hi:

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HeavyTwenty    199

Got bit by several large reds, but none of them committed... broke off a huge black drum trying to land him (too big for the net, also Berkley Vanish...). Caught a lot of dink trouts.

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Yeajray231    2,045

Black and gold / blue flake 4" senko.. helluva surprise and an even better fight. 

 

Pretty good size for a channel cat. Big ol head 

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fishwizzard    870

What rod is that?  I like a short handle but they are hard to find.  

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david in va    189
10 minutes ago, Yeajray231 said:

Black and gold / blue flake 4" senko.. helluva surprise and an even better fight. 

 

Pretty good size for a channel cat. Big ol head on her.

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 That looks like a blue cat to me

I think some call it a bull head

 

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Yeajray231    2,045

I'm pretty sure it's a channel. They get dark in color. 

 

Here is someone else's channel catfish I found as soon as I googled black channel cat. It's not a blue. Look at the anal fin. 

 

85 % sure it's a channel. 

 

@Bunnielab it's a Berkley cherrywood 6 foot MH. Perfect for bank fishing . And only 25 bucks. For the money it's above and beyond 

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lonnie g    828

I was going to say bull heads  usually channels have white bellies with speckals. the bullheads we use to catch were usually black in color. but I am no expert. bet it was a fun fight tho!

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Yeajray231    2,045

It's belly was all white... The owner of the pond told me his brother stocked channels in there.. so I just assumed. It's not a blue or a flathead that's for sure. 

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fishwizzard    870
30 minutes ago, Yeajray231 said:

 

@Bunnielab it's a Berkley cherrywood 6 foot MH. Perfect for bank fishing . And only 25 bucks. For the money it's above and beyond 

 

Thanks! It looks like they have a M/F one at 5'6".  That might make a good "allways in the car" rod.  

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Some tissues    35
7 minutes ago, lonnie g said:

I was going to say bull heads  usually channels have white bellies with speckals. the bullheads we use to catch were usually black in color. but I am no expert. bet it was a fun fight tho!

Yeah generally the bullheads don't get very big

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Bluebasser86    15,908

That's a big male channel. They turn nearly black and their heads swell up during spawning time. Channels only have spots as juveniles, they disappear once they become adults. Blues anal fins are very straight and unmistakable. 

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bassh8er    210
28 minutes ago, Fish yeeter said:

Lol 😝 bullhead, I fish for a lot of species that's a channel.

 

 

That would be an all world Bullhead.

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Yeajray231    2,045
6 minutes ago, Bluebasser86 said:

That's a big male channel. They turn nearly black and their heads swell up during spawning time. Channels only have spots as juveniles, they disappear once they become adults. Blues anal fins are very straight and unmistakable. 

 

I knew you'd come along. 

 

 

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slonezp    7,030

I thought bullheads were brown with whitish yellowish bellies

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lonnie g    828

cool! learn something every day. told you I was no expert.  just remember what my dad called them when I was a young boy.

2 minutes ago, slonezp said:

I thought bullheads were brown with whitish yellowish bellies

flat heads or mountain boys might say mud cat. that's on the brown ones with huge heads

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Bluebasser86    15,908
7 hours ago, slonezp said:

I thought bullheads were brown with whitish yellowish bellies

Several species of bullhead so they cone in a variety of colors. Easiest way to tell a bullhead is their head is rounded like a channel, and their tail is rounded like a flathead. 

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NYWayfarer    949

I am pretty sure this is my PB Perch.

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david in va    189
21 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

That's a big male channel. They turn nearly black and their heads swell up during spawning time. Channels only have spots as juveniles, they disappear once they become adults. Blues anal fins are very straight and unmistakable. 

 You are most likely right, but that cat has a lot of head :lol:  about 1/3 of his body

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