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#21 Male OFFLINE   JHbowhunter

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Posted 04/20/17 - 08:06 PM

yeah my one got a huge one several years  back in the keys backcountry on a variety trip, I recall saying "most delicious fish I ever tasted"        Good luck on the gobblers..


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#22 Male OFFLINE   Buck154

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Posted 04/20/17 - 11:27 PM

yeah my one got a huge one several years  back in the keys backcountry on a variety trip, I recall saying "most delicious fish I ever tasted"        Good luck on the gobblers..


They are very good to eat. I love fluke and seas bass but Sheepshead are better I think.

#23 Male OFFLINE   Oneday121o

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Posted 04/20/17 - 11:28 PM

yeah my one got a huge one several years  back in the keys backcountry on a variety trip, I recall saying "most delicious fish I ever tasted"        Good luck on the gobblers..

They certainly don't look like it....I guess it's where you catch them. I used to catch a lot of them in the dirty canals of Florida along with the catfish so I wasn't eating them but they were fun to catch and throw back

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Posted 04/21/17 - 07:35 AM

Very cool! :up: 


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#25 Male OFFLINE   Buck154

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Posted 04/21/17 - 01:18 PM

They certainly don't look like it....I guess it's where you catch them. I used to catch a lot of them in the dirty canals of Florida along with the catfish so I wasn't eating them but they were fun to catch and throw back


We catch them in the bay around docks and bridges and inlet along the jetty rocks. Same habits as blackfish. Live in old wrecks and around rocks and eat crabs. Better eating than blackfish

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Posted 04/21/17 - 03:19 PM

Agree Buck, they are awesome tablefare.
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