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Old 03-06-2013, 11:52 AM   #1
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I have had whiting, pomps, and black drum. What else would be a fish to keep?
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Probably easier to list the ones not too!! Lol
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Kings, Spanish, Cobia, reds (if legal), specs, mahi, all snapper, amber jacks, and flounder
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many more though! Just stay away from Ramoras lol!
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lol ramoras!
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:43 PM   #6
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Lady fish are popular and the heron really like them, but don't think they are for me. Have read that some make fish balls and fry them, must be an acquired taste.
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large drum have worms, i would throw them back. the smaller ones are fine i suppose but i won't mess with them.
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large drum have worms, i would throw them back. the smaller ones are fine i suppose but i won't mess with them.
Yup....I dont want worms!!
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I doubt you will see many in the surf, but I really like Sailcats. Some would probably say I am nuts, but when cleaned soon after catching, just like you would a freshwater catfish, they are fine table fare. Rolled in cornmeal and fried, I will take them just as I would a freshwater cat.

Not to be confused with the Hardhead catfish which are thick in the surf.
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I doubt you will see many in the surf, but I really like Sailcats. Some would probably say I am nuts, but when cleaned soon after catching, just like you would a freshwater catfish, they are fine table fare. Rolled in cornmeal and fried, I will take them just as I would a freshwater cat.

Not to be confused with the Hardhead catfish which are thick in the surf.
I catch a bunch of catfish like the rest and I take that they are hardheads......So what does the sail cats look like? And do any of you ever eat rays or sharks?
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