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Old 01-01-2003, 05:32 AM
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Talking "non-target Fish"

Let's have some fun...
Post your NON-TARGET catch for all to enjoy...

I hooked snails, snaked, muskrats, clams, frogs, a few birds and a turtle while fly fishing.:eyecrazy: (all has been released)
(Who would think a muskrat would eat nymphs? Go figure...)
I over shot the edge of the creek and the fly landed on a leaf, only to have a frog snatch it up before I could cast again...

Has anyone caught a bat while night fishing?

I see this in cartoons alot, has anyone ever caught an old boot?

What about ocean fly fishing, anyone pull up a starfish, crab or an octipus?

Share your stories for all to enjoy...
Life is too short not to laugh...
Spring will sprung...
The grass will riz...
Wonder where those mayflies is?
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Old 01-01-2003, 08:25 AM
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I bumped up the existing thread on this funny topic. Always a topic of great amusement!

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