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Old 06-08-2012, 10:20 PM   #1
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I caught this guy way up blackwater in my net. I think its some kind of Jack?

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Old 06-08-2012, 10:22 PM   #2
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Leather jacket
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Yes, leather jacket, some people call them yellow jackets. Touch the anal fins and youll find out why they call them yellow jackets. Its NOT fun getting a mess of them out of your cast net or off of a sabiki rig.
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For sure those bottom fins will inflict PAIN
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Moonie, very good fried whole...LOL...just kidding...crap of the sea. as they said..watch the fins!
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Moonie, very good fried whole...LOL...just kidding...crap of the sea. as they said..watch the fins!
Is it also called a moonpie? I've heard that term at the pier...and they do sting for a little bit.
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What I call moonpies are similar to these in color but much more rounded in shape.
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AKA crazy fish. The bottom fins as posted before will make a grown man cry.
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WOw good to know
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I caught this guy way up blackwater in my net. I think its some kind of Jack?

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leather Jacket, crazy fish, zulu ---bottom fins can be pretty painful
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