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Can anyone identify this fish? #15973 03/14/14 02:39 AM
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I was at Cumberland Island, in one of the estuaries. I was throwing out a cast net, trying to get bait, but this showed up in the net.

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Any ideas?


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Re: Can anyone identify this fish? [Re: Nick Carlson] #15978 03/15/14 04:50 PM
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Looks like it could be a Rockfish to me. Where is Cumberland Island??

Originally Posted by Nick Carlson
I was at Cumberland Island, in one of the estuaries. I was throwing out a cast net, trying to get bait, but this showed up in the net.

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Any ideas?


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Re: Can anyone identify this fish? [Re: Nick Carlson] #15981 03/15/14 11:15 PM
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Big threadfin?


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Re: Can anyone identify this fish? [Re: Wally] #15982 03/15/14 11:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Wally
Big threadfin?


*googles*

Well, that sure looks like a match. Thank you.


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Re: Can anyone identify this fish? [Re: Nick Carlson] #15985 03/16/14 12:46 AM
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were you fishing in brackish water or fresh water? not sure where Cumberland Island is?


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Re: Can anyone identify this fish? [Re: Bob Smith] #15988 03/16/14 01:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Bob Smith
were you fishing in brackish water or fresh water? not sure where Cumberland Island is?


An estuary, so brackish water. Cumberland Island is a couple of miles off the coast of South Georgia, in Camden County.


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Re: Can anyone identify this fish? [Re: Nick Carlson] #15992 03/16/14 02:43 AM
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Then I would definitely suspect the fish to be a big old shad! Great bait!


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Re: Can anyone identify this fish? [Re: Nick Carlson] #16000 03/17/14 05:16 AM
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Looks a little like a bull shad just smaller.(lol)


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croker?

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