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Question by tourneyking734. Uploaded on March 03, 2009
My dad once had a huge dogfish on his line, it looked pretty weird. We were in Michigan.
River eel in the Mississippi. I don't reall know if it would be classifed a fish. lovetohunt is right dogfish are weird. Is that the same fish as the grennel?
caught a mudpuppy in wisconsin once
Caught a Burbot in Alaska. Blowfish in Fla. But the weirdest was a 6 foot Skate in AK. Looks like a Stingray with a sharks tail, pulls like a Mack truck.
i caught a Wolffish once. Scary looking things. I was using the longest pair of pliers to get it off the hook.
Oops....forgot to include location. It was off the coast of MA.
a sheeps head in lake huron pulls like a truck
I dont know what it was called but it was really wierd
A yellow cat out of a farm pond when I was a kid. It was wider than it was long - a lopsided yellow Hershey kiss with a short stubby tail. It was the middle of the night and no one would touch it when I beached it. But we had hijacked some Little Kings so perhaps it looked a bit exaggerated.
That was a good description. LOL
Probably a robin fish in a bay in ocean city, MD. I pulled it up and it looked like it had wings, very strange.
i was trout fishing one day and i caught i sucker fish on a spinner
I live in Michigan but fished all over the country and i know it said fish but turtles, ducks, seagulls, and pelicans to go with dogfish, eels, gar,snake head fish, prob more while pier fishing in the ocean. Amazing the number of fish while bass fishing even worse when your in a tourney.
i caught a hog fish once
i caught a gar while fishing a nearby ditch. These are some pretty wicked looking fish with sharklike teeth!
I caught a Lionfish off the wharf on the island of Gore in Senegal when I was a little kid. They are all spotted with a frill of poisonous spines around the head and in the fins. Everyone kinda freaked out and another kid stepped on it and yanked the hook out. The spines have a potent neurotoxin that would have killed me dead. Definitely a catch and release fish.
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