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Nov 20, 2022 06:19:31   #
Mikemcgrothers Loc: Summerfield Florida
 
Can anyone tell me what this fish is I caught?



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Nov 20, 2022 06:29:27   #
flyguy Loc: Caledonia, MN. (S.E. MN.)
 
Mikemcgrothers wrote:
Can anyone tell me what this fish is I caught?


Good morning, Mike, and welcome to the Forum. That fish would be a Sea Robin. They don't get very big and I have never tried one to eat, but people say they are very good. Congrats! Thanks for sharing. We do love pictures.

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Nov 20, 2022 07:19:02   #
Whitey Loc: Southeast ohio
 
Mikemcgrothers wrote:
Can anyone tell me what this fish is I caught?


Welcome to the stage Mike. Good luck an keep sharing them pics 👍

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Nov 20, 2022 07:48:29   #
dbed Loc: Brock, Nebraska southeast Ne.
 
Welcome to the stage

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Nov 20, 2022 10:00:57   #
Kerry Hansen Loc: Bremerton, WA
 
flyguy wrote:
Good morning, Mike, and welcome to the Forum. That fish would be a Sea Robin. They don't get very big and I have never tried one to eat, but people say they are very good. Congrats! Thanks for sharing. We do love pictures.


or a BULLHEAD?

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Nov 20, 2022 10:09:51   #
ripogenu Loc: norfolk, MA
 
Mikemcgrothers wrote:
Can anyone tell me what this fish is I caught?


yep sure looks like a sea robin, on a kastmaster no less. welcome to the stage.

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Nov 20, 2022 10:16:57   #
bucky buckner Loc: murrells inlet SC
 
Mikemcgrothers wrote:
Can anyone tell me what this fish is I caught?


that my friend is a batfish

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Nov 20, 2022 11:00:00   #
flyguy Loc: Caledonia, MN. (S.E. MN.)
 
bucky buckner wrote:
that my friend is a batfish


I have a $100.00! Look it up.

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Nov 20, 2022 13:12:54   #
sun bum Loc: Sarasota, FL
 
sea robin. Stick with flyguy, he knows his fish. I, too, heard they're good eating. Used to catch them all the time off of the Jersey shore. Occasionally off the Gulf beach here in FL, but they're always about 2" long, not much to filet.

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Nov 20, 2022 13:44:00   #
NJ219bands Loc: New Jersey
 
Toadfish

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Nov 20, 2022 14:38:53   #
sun bum Loc: Sarasota, FL
 
NJ219bands wrote:
Toadfish


Ah oh, NJ219 might be very right. Hey fly, send him the hundred. Problem is we cannot see the dorsal. I'm pretty sure the sea robin has two, toadfish has one long one. Nice job "N"!

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Nov 20, 2022 17:47:26   #
Wv mike Loc: Parkersburg area. Wv
 
I vote with bucky buckner
Batfish

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Nov 20, 2022 17:48:18   #
Wv mike Loc: Parkersburg area. Wv
 
Wv mike wrote:
I vote with bucky buckner
Batfish



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Nov 20, 2022 18:07:39   #
ripogenu Loc: norfolk, MA
 
Wv mike wrote:
I vote with bucky buckner
Batfish


nice get Mike

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Nov 20, 2022 19:30:25   #
Fredfish Loc: Prospect CT.
 
You got it Mike. Sea Robins have round pectoral fins (wings).



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