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Thread: New Lake Skinner record "Bluegill"...

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    Default New Lake Skinner record "Bluegill"...


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    …is not a Bluegill at all, but is a Redear Sunfish! But still, at 3.69 pounds, it's a great catch. Guy caught it fishing for bass with a Senko. Going to have to put up the guy's name. Anyone know it?

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    I was going to comment that is was a Redear before reading your second post. Beaut of a fish. Was it released?

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    The email he sent me said it was 3.59 and 15". The picture had his little girls in it, so I had no intention of posting it. I told him at the time that it was a redear. With the quagga population in Skinner, we will likely see some larger ones. I sent the information to the Skinner moderator some time ago, but never got a response.
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    Hey guys, my name is Jonathan. Yes I released the fish after weighing it at the dock. It was great to have my girls w/ me to be part of this new record. Larry please post the other pic w/ my girls here as well. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChaChaChicken View Post
    Hey guys, my name is Jonathan. Yes I released the fish after weighing it at the dock. It was great to have my girls w/ me to be part of this new record. Larry please post the other pic w/ my girls here as well. Thanks

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    Great pic with you and your girls with a catch they will remember for "LIFE". Priceless event with many more to come I am sure of.

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    Now that is a pic worthy of framing.

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    It doesn't quite look like a Redear to me, either. Perhaps it's a Bluegill/Redear hybrid. I used to catch Bluegills in Skinner a long time ago, but never any Redears. They should be in there, though. Same thing with Silverwood Lake. It should have Redears but I have yet to see one there.

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    Wow that's quite a catch,awesome pic with your girls,congrats!

    Cya Tuna Vic

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