Longnose gar. The good pics will start again in about 3 months, I dont know if Ill make it that long. I will get to shoot some teal in about 30 days though, so maybe that will hold me over for two months. :laughing:
If they're dumb enough to be lured in by plastic you're really just doing them a favor.
Now that's what I am talking about! I haven't gotten out at night yet this year, too bad!
GB, I don't know about Smack, but if we shoot a good mess of fish, which normally happens when we go out, we will fillet them out and have ourselves a fish fry the next weekend or throw them on the grill that night. Good eatin if you cook them right.
I am suprised no one has said Muskie yet. All other fish are just bait Nothing will get your heart going like seeing a muskie hit a topwater bait. Unfortunately I moved from Wisconsin to Kansas earlier this year, so I will be very limited to my musky fishing. Maybe once a year if I'm lucky.
as far as my favorite fish to fight, undoubtedly, it is the king salmon! nothing can compare to a big king...at least in michigan. what a riot.
although i enjoy catching salmon, my first love is probably walleye. not because of the fight, but because i grew up fishing them. made a living fishing for them on a charter service, and for the challenge of catching them they present at times.
on my fly pole, its has got to be
3) Amador bows
10) anything else
3-6 is basically all the same, i just love catching the trout family in general on flies, makes me feel orginal (and like Brad Pitt when i catch a hog :mrgreen: ). on convention tackle, i really like to catch anything and everything.
You haven't fished until you've caught an Atlantic Salmon
They are one of the best fighting fish BY FAR!!!!!
What a battle they give!!
here's a 32" i caught last biggest one i ever caught was 36" and about 25 lbs caught him 2 days before this girl