Bfishes333

Favorite inshore fish to catch and why?

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Blackfishing hands down for me.  Probably because there are days that I think I am the Tog Mack Daddy fisherman , then other days that all sorts of vile language is spewing from my mouth as I continue to apply and reapply crabs to my hook.:banghd:

 

oh yeah, they taste pretty darn good too!

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Sea Bass Hands down best fish for taste . Tog for fish chowder . Blue Fish pound for pound crazy fight . I stopped fishing for Stripers because its going to turn into the 80s by 2020 

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Sweet, I'd like to catch some of those fish. The only one I've caught is fluke/flounder for us. I would have to say for the ride tarpon would be my favorite and the fish that just makes me get a s eating grin every time is when I hook up with a nice gator seatrout. 

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As much as I like to chase albies, and go crazy with tog, stripers are still my favorite.

There's just something about them, they have a special place in my heart.  

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24 mins ago, Billybob said:

As much as I like to chase albies, and go crazy with tog, stripers are still my favorite.

There's just something about them, they have a special place in my heart.  

Definitely on my bucket list not sure where the closest I can catch one is though. 

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On 2/27/2018 at 11:58 AM, Bfishes333 said:

Just curious to see what your favorite inshore fish is to catch amd the reason why? 

I fish for Fluke more then anything else. One because I like jigging them up . They taste great. And i am pretty good at it. 

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Honestly for me I think I look forward to Fluke season more than anything. Close second is seabass and stripers. But something about fluking from the kayak just screams "ahh... summer relaxation".

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