Quality, not quantity

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Should fish this size be released? No right or wrong answer, just preferences.

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Quality, not quantity

Post  gulfcoastgamefish on Mon Apr 13, 2009 11:48 am

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Didn't hear of anyone else catching a lot of fish, but did get these pics of two monsters caught Saturday.
46" Red drum by Glup


30" speck, reportedly 8 lbs caught on JobSite


The red was released, the speck was not.


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Nice Spec

Post  Lagoon Lizard on Mon Apr 13, 2009 1:17 pm

Nice fish.....
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Re: Quality, not quantity

Post  Ugly Stick on Tue Apr 14, 2009 8:06 am

I would prefer picture and release the big trout or I would get mounted depends on the condition of the fish once I get hooks removed and everything.

There is no way I would keep that redfish or any redfish over 10lbs. Redfish on a halfshell is best with a 4-7lbs fish anyway.
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tough choice

Post  RedfishKiller on Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:44 am

This is a tough call, but, If those were the only fish caught, I would release the Red, not too good to eat at that size, Unfortunatly for the speck.....fry it up. Just my opinion.
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