Re: grass carp
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Posted by B on October 16, 1997 at 19:32:25:
In Reply to: Re: grass carp posted by Capt. Harlan Trammell on September 16, 1997 at 14:58:05:
> > I can't think of any reason someone would intentionally put grass carp in the Chatahoochee. I have heard that they put some in Lake Seminole to control (eliminate) some of the hydrilla down there. But that's two dams and several hundred miles away. It's not feasible for a fish to have come up the chain. Or is it? Have there ever been any grass carps in Lanier?
> wish i knew but that fish was the real thing and he had several others hanging around.
I cought hundreds of carp in the Hooch using cereal.
In fact, one day a friend of mine cought a carp just over 15 pounds
There are also Northern Pike, Bass over 10 pounds, huge Bluegill and Crappie, Catfish that hit Bass plugs, Pearch, and others...
The Hooch is not limited to Trout, take advantage.
Just don't eat em'!!
Anyway, Good Luck!
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