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    I get a little restless this time of year so the other day I was looking through my pictures of the fish I’ve landed over the years in salt water I’ve lived on the Chesapeake Bay and on the Puget Sound before moving back home to Iowa to raise our kids. I was fortunate to experience these two excellent fisheries and capture some memories on film. I know this isn’t a salt water fishing forum but I thought maybe others would enjoy seeing some of the more interesting species of fish. If so, let me know and I will post some pics and see if anyone can correctly name the species.

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    He’ll yea… I won’t be able to Identify them but always love seeing pics. Post em

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    We all ways like pictures! Fishing is fishing fresh or salt. I love them both.

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    Quote by: ToBadImNotFishin

    He’ll yea… I won’t be able to Identify them but always love seeing pics. Post em

    +1

    Quote by: pheasant29

    We all ways like pictures! Fishing is fishing fresh or salt. I love them both.

    +1

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    Will post the first pic this weekend…stay tuned…..

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    And now your going to make us Wait? lol I opened this because i wanted to see some pics. Guess i just have to come back

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    lets start with this fish. Can you tell me what species this is? It lives in rocky bottom areas of the Pacific. These are all three pretty big for thier kind ( 5 – 6 lbs). they live to get old. the fish in these pictures are likely around 25 to 40 years old based on their size.
    All three pics are of the same species. I will check back to see if there are any replies and post another fish to check out.


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    looks like some crazy large mouth bass!

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    Rockfish?

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    Quillback?

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    Blackfish

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    Definately looks rockfish family, but which one? Baccico?

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    Sea Bass

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    Quillback Rockfish. Nice job docmudge. They look very similar to the Copper Rockfish which has less aggressive dorsal “quills” and a more reddish/copper mottling pattern. I will post another one tonight. Thanks for the replies

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    This one inhabits the rocky pacific coastlines as well. Hint: its eggs are venemous.

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    Quote by: drawetsm

    This one inhabits the rocky pacific coastlines as well. Hint: its eggs are venemous.

    a form of cod :question:

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    It is often found in the same areas that some Cod species inhabit. This fish is of the Sculpin family and it’s name is Spanish for “big head”.

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    Is that even you in these pictures? If it is why do you feel the need to white out your face, I’m thinking you just are pulling these off the internet somewhere and claiming your a world renouned fisherman? 🙂

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    That is a Cabezon

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    Quote by: drawetsm

    lets start with this fish. Can you tell me what species this is? It lives in rocky bottom areas of the Pacific. These are all three pretty big for thier kind ( 5 – 6 lbs). they live to get old. the fish in these pictures are likely around 25 to 40 years old based on their size.
    All three pics are of the same species. I will check back to see if there are any replies and post another fish to check out.


    Looks like a sea bass to me… Have caught a few of these around tampa bay area..Can not wait to get down there in March

    Fort dodge

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