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    [ATTACH=JSON]n42255[/ATTACH][ATTACH=JSON]n42256[/ATTACH] bwp

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        Something going on here! Posted same way. Confused?
        BWP

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            What is that cool zebra looking fish your son is holding?

            If that's your son's very own boat.... kudos to him for making that happen at what appears to be a pretty young age.
            Bob

            S Central PA

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            • #7
              Originally posted by duckfish View Post
              What is that cool zebra looking fish your son is holding?

              If that's your son's very own boat.... kudos to him for making that happen at what appears to be a pretty young age.
              Sheepshead maybe. FL has some different fish than GA. Sheepshead have teeth sorta like humans. Google it. Funny. Tough to clean. Sharp knife needed. Good to eat though.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by duckfish View Post
                What is that cool zebra looking fish your son is holding?

                If that's your son's very own boat.... kudos to him for making that happen at what appears to be a pretty young age.
                Stephens is correct, Sheepshead, we were mainly just drowning shrimp, and having a blast!
                My son is 21, guess who he got his love of boating from?
                I'm a casual fisheman, He's hardcore, loves to throw cast net as well, funny story, he was throwing in local creek catching shad when suddenly net got really heavy, a large Bass was feeding on Shad while in net!
                It was over 5lbs, true story.
                Weather, good, scenery, good, grilling meat, good, just an awesome day on the water with son and daughter in law.
                BWP

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ID:	42275 1983, Starcraft SS 160, 1983 Evinrude 50 hp, not bad for 35 years. Burnt 3 gallons all day, good cheap boating fun!
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                    [ATTACH=JSON]n42277[/ATTACH] bwp

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                        Yea that's an interesting looking fish..lol. Doesn't look easy to stick a hook in that maw fulla teeth.

                        Bob

                        S Central PA

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                        • #13
                          Best way to clean a Sheepshead is with a razor knife. They chomp on barnacles around dock pilings and channel markers.They are great eating. My friend over in Marco won't let me keep any caught around his dock. He thinks they are beneficial to keeping his pilings clean. I think the barnacles are winning.

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                            Good day on the water.
                            Small town S. W. Ga./St. James Fl.

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