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Fish ID please #14111479 08/28/21 04:17 PM
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FIL caught this on Texoma this morning. 24" long.


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Re: Fish ID please [Re: KYBluefan] #14111517 08/28/21 04:46 PM
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Weird looking. Must be from the "Oma" side of the lake.


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Gold eye. I have caught them in the past below the Texoma dam.

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Hate to tell you, but the Texas record goldeye was only 17.50 inches and 2.31 pounds. Very well done to your FIL.

Re: Fish ID please [Re: KYBluefan] #14115918 09/01/21 01:58 PM
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Never seen one before.

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When I caught them in the past, I was using a double white flee fly set up below the dam when they were releasing water.

Re: Fish ID please [Re: KYBluefan] #14115991 09/01/21 02:49 PM
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I've caught several while fishing for bass. They put up a decent fight while jumping several times. Slimy too. Always wondered if I put one on a big hook and free lined behind the boat while bass fishing if a striper would eat it.

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We called them silversides growing up. We use to catch them all the time in creeks and ponds off the Red River in Northeast Texas. Believe it or not they are decent tasting, just full of bones

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Re: Fish ID please [Re: Trickster] #14120697 09/06/21 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Trickster
Never seen one before.

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Reminds me of a freshwater version of the Ladyfish we catch on the florida coast.



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Golden eye herring. Very common at Texoma.



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Goldeneye , some of the best blue cat bait you can get your hands on.Everyone I've ever caught ended up as cut bait with a big ole circle hook in it.

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Re: Fish ID please [Re: KYBluefan] #14123136 09/08/21 08:41 PM
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Buddy of mine caught one of those a few years ago on Texoma.


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