A nice eater I caught today.

Discussion in 'OHIO RIVERS TALK' started by Montgomery, Mar 11, 2007.

  1. Montgomery

    Montgomery New Member

    Messages:
    257
    State:
    OHIO
    well went out today around 2 pm. with plenty of activity on both bloes. only caught one those. but thats ok. it all was worth it for one fish. lol. these were in the great miami
     

    Attached Files:

  2. james_s333

    james_s333 New Member

    Messages:
    252
    State:
    byesville,ohio
    nice lookin fish they where hittin hard for me today i got a few keepers and a nice walleye
     

  3. Jammer

    Jammer New Member

    Messages:
    584
    State:
    Tennessee
    At least they are biting. It would be good to get about a dozen like that.
     
  4. greasemonkey07

    greasemonkey07 New Member

    Messages:
    92
    State:
    Ohio
    Thats great new mikefisherman! I might have to give it a try this weekend.
     
  5. pk_powell

    pk_powell New Member

    Messages:
    3,485
    State:
    Missouri
    Just the right size to put in a skillet.But it would be even nicer to have about a dozen of em like Jammer stated! Yum Yum!!:tounge_out:
     
  6. Mickey

    Mickey New Member Supporting Member

    Messages:
    14,592
    State:
    Illinois
    Mike congrats on the fish. Sounds like you surivied the winter cabin fever and off to a good start. Thanks for sharing,:big_smile:
     
  7. Monty

    Monty New Member

    Messages:
    6
    State:
    Ohio
    Mike,
    Those are nice eating size cat's! Now just catch about a dozen more and bring them on over to your old Dad's house and we'll fry them up in the back yard!!!!!! Hint Hint! :big_smile:


    Monty
     
  8. cashcobra

    cashcobra New Member

    Messages:
    14
    State:
    Ohio
    They look real nice. Good catch.
     
  9. Spencer_Blanton

    Spencer_Blanton New Member

    Messages:
    115
    State:
    Franklin, Ohio
    Mike,

    First, good catch. It's nice to know someone is out there catching something.

    Second, where on the GMR are you catching them? I'm not asking to crowd into a fishing hole. I'm just concerned about the consumption advisory for cats south of Dayton on the GMR.

    Third, I moved next to the GMR in Franklin, OH in 1996. I bought a canoe that same year and have closely observed the changes in habitat. Egrits and Heron are making a strong appearance by comparison. I'm even starting to see wild beaver on a regular basis. I'm the first to admit that I believe the river is getting cleaner, but when the state says not to eat the fish (or rather I believe it suggests a max quantity over time), I listen.

    Best of luck,

    Spencer
     
  10. allworknofish

    allworknofish New Member

    Messages:
    147
    State:
    texas
    thatll make the grease sizzle...good catch...but like the last post said..take the advisories givin out for consumption. there was a bay here in my area that was marked for quite a few years for mercury content. funny how those fish know not to swim past those signs though:roll_eyes:
     
  11. Bottom Dweller

    Bottom Dweller New Member

    Messages:
    10
    State:
    missouri
    That's beautiful...it just makes me hungry thinking of the sizzle!
     
  12. Bottom Dweller

    Bottom Dweller New Member

    Messages:
    10
    State:
    missouri
    ...you know- now that I think about it, shouldn't have there been a before and after shot??!! Kind of pre-dinner, post-dinner
     
  13. catfisher43

    catfisher43 New Member

    Messages:
    910
    State:
    missouri
    Nice catch Mike.Thanks for sharing picture.
     
  14. mudkat

    mudkat New Member

    Messages:
    96
    State:
    Nebraska
    caught a few myself like that well done!!!
     
  15. Spencer_Blanton

    Spencer_Blanton New Member

    Messages:
    115
    State:
    Franklin, Ohio