JoeyZac

So If You Could Pick 1 Species Of Fish To Flourish In Your State

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3 hours ago, bbfish said:

The correct answer is redfish.

There’s a fair fall run JUST south of OC Md. 

not that far of a ride!..

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Just now, Catskill John said:

There’s a fair fall run JUST south of OC Md. 

not that far of a ride!..

 

I want them in northern new jersey in droves.  

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Fillet. Every time I mention I'm a fisherman someone asks If I ever catch any extra fillets they'd like some.

Never caught one in my life. 

 

2nd choice > whiting.

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I want black grouper to flourish in the LIS, flourishing to the point where it can even survive the pressure it will receive.  As a slightly more realistic alternative, cobia.

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17 hours ago, JoeyZac said:

1 species.  It becomes a solid, dependable, sustainable fishery.  If the fishing gods granted you that one request, what would you take?

Walleye.

 

They tried to put them in Quabbin reservoir in MA but for whatever reason that reservoir can't sustain them.

 

They have walleye in the CT river but it's a small fishery and there's no way in hell I'm eating a fish that lives it's whole life in that river.

 

It's also unfortunate that they weren't able to restore the atlantic salmon population & spawn in the CT river. There's still too many dams in the river and it's tributaries. And water quality might still be an issue as well.

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