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Saltwater or Freshwater:
A Little of Both
Favorite Fishing Line? Not the kind on your reel, but your favorite fishing saying (mine's "...there's a reason they call it fishing and not catching..."):
Women Love Me, Fish fear Me,
Oh there down there, just not biting yet.
Salty Old Dog
All-time Favorite Fishing Spots?
The high elevation lakes in the Eastern Sierra
What kind of fish should fear you most?
Trout normally just surrender when they see me. Bay Bass swim out to the ocean when I am fishing the bay

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Fish Fact Number 2

How long do fish live?

I often wonder how long fish live in a natural environment. That is to say their life was not cut short by habitat, disease or one of us anglers cooking them for dinner! Here are a few species life expectancies;

Rainbow Trout - 11 years

German Browns - 12 years

Golden Trout - 9 years

Bullhead Catfish - 25 years

Bass (large or smallmouth) 10 years

Blue-fin Tuna - 20…


Posted on November 30, 2007 at 2:32pm — 4 Comments

Fish Fact Numero Uno

I hope to post a fish fact or tip weekly to help us all become better, more knowledgeable anglers.


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Native or Wild Trout, what is the difference?

A wild trout is a trout that was born in the wild and spends its life cycle in the wild, regardless of the origin of its parents or ancestors. A native trout is a fish that was found here originally, prior to human influences. The California State freshwater fish is the Golden Trout. It is…


Posted on November 18, 2007 at 12:31pm — 1 Comment

Comment Wall (16 comments)

At 5:11pm on October 25, 2007, Captain Catfish said…
bitchen fish, dude!
At 11:03am on October 31, 2007, Dr. said…
Caught them out in front of the San Clemente place last fall.
At 3:39pm on October 31, 2007, Ryan Molina said…
are flying kites and trolling related
At 3:58pm on November 4, 2007, Guppy said…
Sweet Halibut!
At 1:51pm on November 5, 2007, Dr. said…
The Palmdale tourney was good. Started off hot then died down after about 9 o'clock. Capt. Catfish should post the pics pretty soon. It was pretty much shooting fish in a barrell.
At 1:55pm on November 5, 2007, TroutSlayer said…
Well at least it was not Captin Crapfish and his dad trying to win at a kids tournament again.
At 3:13pm on November 5, 2007, Captain Catfish said…
Seriously Troutslayer, for the record, we did make a conscious decision not to leave the fish on your parents' back doorstep like last time :)
At 7:27pm on December 12, 2007, Jim Dicken said…
Oh nooo, and I have a great charter in Aruba.. Teaser Charters. They are wonderful people..
At 4:42pm on January 13, 2008, Brainwave said…
A.C. huh, I am Bob Weaver from Siesta Key, Fl. Two and a half hours from Costa on Taca Airlines. I got a couple boats and a full time captain always ready to go.
At 6:26pm on January 25, 2008, Guppy said…
Sweet Kayak Slayer!!! Looks fully equipped.

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