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Latest Activity: May 9, 2019
Greetings All,As a boy born in the shadows of the Okefenokee I spent many hours skulling a cypress bateau through the swamp as my Grandpa fished the cypress for "Purch" ( Warmouth ), "Green Trout" (…Continue
Started by oldduckcoat Mar 25, 2015.
I have been in SC for 2 years now and this year I have been able to fish as much as I like to...well almost. Brim have been the most consistant catch for me. I think I have found a great lil honey…Continue
Started by Brian Jones. Last reply by David, aka, "McScruff" Aug 27, 2014.
Greetings All, New here and glad to find this group.
Welcome Robert........we're wild about Warmouth too!
Welcome to Wild About Warmouth Slip......look forward to your input!
Thank you, Jeff. Doing a little research on warmouths and their distribution. As common as they are in the South that's how rare they seem to be in the North. It seems that, at times, they are locally represented, but are nonexistent in areas which are close by. A Maryland record was caught a few years ago at Cash Lake in the Patuxent research center. Studying their attributes. A warmouth safari is in order!
Welcome to Wild About Warmouth Vito......glad to have you and look forward to talking about this species with you.......
Welcome to the group Brian.......look forward to your input on this great species...
So while using a net to clear vegetation I wound up catching several very small BG in one of the ponds. The biggest was maybe 3 inches but I know they are there now I just have to find the big ones.
Thanks, warmouth and bass lookout!
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