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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345449 11/18/19 04:30 AM
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Snook or Tarpon! If I lived in Florida they might be #1


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345477 11/18/19 06:31 AM
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Giant yellowfin tuna on poppers is hard to beat


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345478 11/18/19 06:49 AM
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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345604 11/18/19 02:13 PM
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Crappie, I like to keep my freezer full of em.

Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345635 11/18/19 02:35 PM
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Oh definitely my #1: SNOOK on crankbaits.
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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345650 11/18/19 02:44 PM
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Red Snapper tastes pretty good.

Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345722 11/18/19 03:18 PM
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Crappie now that I have an idea how to catch em.

Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345855 11/18/19 05:19 PM
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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345867 11/18/19 05:27 PM
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I lump all 3 main bass species together since you can catch most of them on any given cast around where I fish.
Next would definitely be crappie. Specifically doodle socking in <1' of water in the springtime



Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345891 11/18/19 05:59 PM
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Brown trout then redfish then walleye then speckled trout, then everything else.


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345942 11/18/19 06:59 PM
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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345947 11/18/19 07:02 PM
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Rainbow and brown trout in the Colorado Rockies. Catching fish in some of the most scenic places in our country.

Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345999 11/18/19 08:13 PM
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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13346039 11/18/19 09:12 PM
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LMB is number #1 because they will hit lures --
#2 , Halibut in Alaska ( 100+ lbs on Big'un Grubs using 16oz lead heads down to 200feet of water , crazy FUN )
#3 , Ling cod in Alaska , up to 50lbs , using the same jigs --- vicious fighters
#4 , Catfish at Clear Lake , Calif , one after the other --- in the fall , 5 to 20 lbs until your worn out
#5 , Cutthroat ,Rainbow and Brown Trout in Montana ( Yellowstone Lake , Lake Henry , Madison River ) ( Be careful of the Grizzlies !!! )

If you have never fished in Alaska , it's a " bucket list " item for sure . Amazing scenery , crazy good fishing and some really good eating . If I had unlimited money , I would go every year . Nothing beats a 100lb Halibut slamming a jig on slack tide ---- rip the rods out of your hands if your not paying attention. The lodge I stay at has it's record 345lb Halibut , took 6 hours to bring it in .

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