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Old 08-23-18, 09:03 PM   #1
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Default What’ DNR up to?

Snagged this in a well known Lumpkin County Creek today. Is state attempting to squelch fishing in this stream? Or is this the work of some wayward Floridian practicing what is common place in the Sunshine State- when you tire of your aquarium’s contents just dump it in the nearest water.
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Old 08-23-18, 09:31 PM   #2
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Old 08-23-18, 09:47 PM   #3
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I think you should e-mail DNR and let them know. This proves that creek sharks are real. From the scenery, looks like you were fishing Yahoola Creek. I've heard of some 13 incher native specks coming out of there back in the day. Did you catch anything else? I've also heard that there are some fairly big Yellow-headed chubs in there too. I've never eaten a creek chub before, but Buckman told me they're fairly good eats.

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Old 08-23-18, 10:18 PM   #4
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Priceless. Unfortunately too many exotics in my area already and don’t want to expand them up north. Don’t mind the oscars and tilapia as much as the plecos that are everywhere! Be glad that it freezes in the mountains.
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Old 08-24-18, 05:44 AM   #5
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The river tarpon ought to be fun on a 5wt

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