werid fish ray netted

Discussion in 'ARKANSAS RIVERS TALK' started by puppypal, Sep 1, 2009.

  1. puppypal

    puppypal New Member

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    OK all who where on chat last night. The shad got de-thawed and there it was. So called up the game and fish and they said, that it is a new type of grennal.......Mr. Slimey
    That it favored the snakehead BIGTIME but a single dot on its tail told the story. Tiger striped grennal.......new breed of Mr. Slimey LOL
    She said that she had recieved hundreds of calls about this type....
    So there ya go mistery solved.
     
  2. puppypal

    puppypal New Member

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    still werid lookn
     

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  3. coach

    coach New Member

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    Percina caprodes --- logperch----------- that's what the fish is .........
     
  4. ~Austin~

    ~Austin~ New Member

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    I'm pretty sure that's a Chupacabra. :confused2:
     
  5. raysplay

    raysplay New Member

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    Coach thanks for clearing this big ? up for us, was kinda worried that them snakes are getting in my fishing hole.:cool2:
     
  6. puppypal

    puppypal New Member

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    Yes! Big thanks to coach for telling me what this fish was! Shame i can not depend on the game and fish to do me right? But from now on I know who I will turn too
     
  7. Little Mac

    Little Mac Active Member

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    Neat, have not caught one of those. a Tiger stripped grinnal huh??? LMAO :smile2:
     
  8. poisonpits

    poisonpits Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    agrees with coach.here we call them rock rooters and use them for bait.work great on bass and waleye.