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Snow Birds #14600013 01/17/23 03:33 PM
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Do the meat hunting "snow birds" still flock to Texas and decimate big fish at the cleaning tables?


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Man they used to wreak havoc on Amistad during the spawn every year. Heard Falcon was the same way. Last few years has been the Louisiana meat crew on Choke! If they come back this year they might starve!

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I sure hope so. It helps to clear the way for bigger and better fish and fishing.

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Haha. The Louisiana guys have a nickname that someone on here from east texas always uses. I can’t remember it.

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Originally Posted by Rescue Fire
I sure hope so. It helps to clear the way for bigger and better fish and fishing.

Really ?? you fish Amistad much since the "flocks" left ?

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Am I to believe that 60 or 70 old retired Yankees came down and cleaned out 75,000 acres of Amistad?

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Originally Posted by Rescue Fire
Am I to believe that 60 or 70 old retired Yankees came down and cleaned out 75,000 acres of Amistad?

You can believe what you want. just like I don't believe your numbers.
There were more issues than Snow birds--- but I believe they did there share.

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Heck, I wouldn’t know anyways. I’ve never even been on Amistad.

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i would be more worried about the rats that use nets than folks with a hook an line as it is on a lot of the net folks cant see the forrest for the trees.

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Originally Posted by Douglas J
Do the meat hunting "snow birds" still flock to Texas and decimate big fish at the cleaning tables?

No, global warming and all that...

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That damn New Balance Mafia strikes again.

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Originally Posted by Mark Perry
That damn New Balance Mafia strikes again.


Especially the ones with the velcro closures... They're like the New Balance Special Forces....

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Originally Posted by Mark Perry
That damn New Balance Mafia strikes again.



between falling and pooping themselves, it's hard to believe they got time to filet all them big fish


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Just how many fish can the average person eat? I wonder how many of these filets end up freezer burning and being thrown out.

There are people who would drive from here to Georgia and cut off their left nut to get fish. They are like platinum, diamonds, and gold rolled into one.

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