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Discussion in 'TEXAS LAKES / RESERVOIRS' started by REBELYELL1861, May 8, 2009.
IVE PULLED IT ABOUT 3 OF THEASE HERE IN LAKE TRAVIS
AND NO ITS NOT A PERCH
HERES ANOTHER PIC, SAME FISH WITH FINS DOWN
it looks like a cross between a bluegill and a crappie...hybrid maybe???
It looks like a Tilapia. We catch them at Hyco Lake here in North Carolina and they look very similar.
WENT OUT WITH MY FAMILY YESTERDAY AND GOT SOME GOOD FISH
LET ME TELLL YOU WHAT
THAT YELLACAT TASTED GOOOD. COOKED IT NOT 5 MIN AFTER I GOT EM
Looks like a Talapia to me also.
I MENT TO POST THIS IN A NEW THREAD
+3 on it being a Talipa
It looks like bait to me....
I THINK ITS A TILAPIA BUT TPWD SAY THERE IS NONE IN LAKE TRAVIS AND NO ONE BELIVES ME
That is a tilapia. They are a very invasive species, and TPWD says you must kill them on the spot. They are not to be put back in the lake. Plus side is, they are very good to eat, and very good bait for blues.
no joke very good bait for blues.
might be small crappie
I told you it looked like bait to me.:big_smile: We have those here in Arizona all in the canals and they are good eating too.
Clay, look at the picture really close and remember all of the crappie that we caught a month ago. I will also show you a tilapia at the fish counter at Wal Mart :smile2:. I have only caught one tilapia in my lifetime of fishing, and that was out of Lake Livingston. But you need to remember what a tilapia looks like, so you know not to put one back in the lake unless it is cut in two and on a hook :big_smile:.
REBELYELL1861 WHAT KIND OF BAIT DID YOU USE WHEN YOU CAUGHT IT?