Do you love big bluegill?
whats those flying asain fish that have invaded the waters in the states? i can see a volley ball net and cooler working real well.
thats the ones! what a pain in the rear they must be. i wouldnt mind thinning them out. they hurt the wildlife and eco system that was in place first. wonder how they taste. might have to fry them lol folks will eat anything fried.
LOL I don't think that's it.
is that a large one or avg? ive never seen them in person. if thats small or avg i bet its fun fishing.
Getting a LOT OF GREAT RESPONSES!
Its fascinating to think of all the "other" fish that are out there, some probably right around the corner. When the bluegill and bass wear thin or just dont show up, what alternative might be waiting nearby?
Locally, my NonGame Bucket List is topped by the popular Quadfecta of catfish:
White - 5 lb.+
Flathead - 25lb.+
(There are gar aplenty, and Ive caught enough to suit me!)
The rest of my list is shaping up like this -
Eelpout, aka, burbot
Rio Grande Perch
20+ pound carp
Large redhorse (sucker)
MAXIMUM sized shiner
You got yourself a heck of a list buddy. Better start crossing some off soon.
And.... I forgot STURGEON.
I think they may be classed as game fish here and there, maybe?
i dont think many of those left around my area. they were fished heavily in the 1970 and 80s for the nasty little eggs. i dont know how folks eat it.