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#11179946 - 10/22/15 08:26 PM Cold water bottom feeders
Freshwater Phil Offline
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Registered: 01/10/13
Posts: 277
Loc: North of the Border
Weather back to "normal" for us up here in Quebec, water temp at 50 degrees, wind chill near freezing most days on the water, so snowsuits / survival suits are the only way to keep comfortable. Less than 10 days left to lake sturgeon season here, best time to hook good numbers of decent sized fish. Though they don't get nearly as big as the white sturgeon out West, they are still very powerful, all muscle built very similar to sharks. Tons of fun with my 15 year old son. Hooked and landed 7 of them yesterday afternoon, only 2 "smaller" ones under 40 inches, 48, 49 and 3 @ 55 inches (roughly 40+ lbs).











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PB common = 38.5 lbs
PB mirror = 22.5 lbs
PB musky = 52 inches (40 lb fatty)
PB blue cat = 59 lbs
PB lake sturgeon = 57 inches
PB alligator gar = 65 lbs

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#11180335 - 10/23/15 12:37 AM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
Tommar Offline
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Registered: 07/29/12
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Loc: Georgetown or Falcon Lake
I'd love to catch a dinosaur like that.

Guess I'll have to settle for a Texas dinosaur gater gar some day!
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#11180573 - 10/23/15 08:24 AM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Tommar]
Freshwater Phil Offline
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Originally Posted By: Tommar
I'd love to catch a dinosaur like that.

Guess I'll have to settle for a Texas dinosaur gater gar some day!


With giant gator gar, big blue cats, and fat buffs, I'd trade places with you all winter grin

May head down to visit Dallas again in midwinter if I don't make it further South.


Edited by Freshwater Phil (10/23/15 08:25 AM)
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PB common = 38.5 lbs
PB mirror = 22.5 lbs
PB musky = 52 inches (40 lb fatty)
PB blue cat = 59 lbs
PB lake sturgeon = 57 inches
PB alligator gar = 65 lbs

2015 big ones:


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#11181279 - 10/23/15 01:43 PM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
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coolphotos Solid Post! Thanks for sharing. cheers
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#11181625 - 10/23/15 04:55 PM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
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Registered: 04/23/11
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Loc: southwest more west than south...
congrats! one of my bucket list fish

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#11182291 - 10/24/15 12:24 AM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
Tommar Offline
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Thanks for the offer Phil but if I were to trade a season with you I would rather make it summer!
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#11183603 - 10/24/15 06:54 PM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Tommar]
Freshwater Phil Offline
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Registered: 01/10/13
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Originally Posted By: Tommar
Thanks for the offer Phil but if I were to trade a season with you I would rather make it summer!


No chance. Spent one summer in Dallas, 6 weeks over 100 degrees F . Never again!!!
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PB common = 38.5 lbs
PB mirror = 22.5 lbs
PB musky = 52 inches (40 lb fatty)
PB blue cat = 59 lbs
PB lake sturgeon = 57 inches
PB alligator gar = 65 lbs

2015 big ones:


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#11183717 - 10/24/15 07:32 PM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
Tommar Offline
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Registered: 07/29/12
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Loc: Georgetown or Falcon Lake
And I say that about your winters!

roflmao
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#11183875 - 10/24/15 08:32 PM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
Freshwater Phil Offline
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Registered: 01/10/13
Posts: 277
Loc: North of the Border
True for some, but at least you always have the option of putting on a snow suit to get outdoors when it's cold. I tend to get trapped indoors when visiting Dallas in the summer, so I rarely do so any more. Typically limit my visits to midwinter or early in spring.
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PB common = 38.5 lbs
PB mirror = 22.5 lbs
PB musky = 52 inches (40 lb fatty)
PB blue cat = 59 lbs
PB lake sturgeon = 57 inches
PB alligator gar = 65 lbs

2015 big ones:


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#11194704 - 10/29/15 09:23 PM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
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Registered: 09/01/15
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Loc: Lake lavon
Catch a few small one at lake Francis case in chamberlain sd! Awesome fish and pics!$
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#11199449 - 11/01/15 01:21 PM Re: Cold water bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
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Nice post. Thanks for sharing.

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