urbanHog312 wrote:looks like a tiger to me
Phil6 wrote:The fish was caught on a semi-living minnow under a deadsticked rod w/ a bell. I forgot to tighten up the drag when I tried to set the hook and ended up hand-lining the fish in.
I do not believe this was stocked by the property owners. There are few people who fish it and those that do all seem to think of it as "their secret spot" So I would imagine it found its way in there thanks to one of them. I've seen hundreds if not thousands of fish pulled out here, so this was really a shock to see. Now I cant wait to get back on there.
Aux, makes me wonder if there is anything bigger in there or if there's just a class of 2 year olds swimming around. The one that I saw in early spring was ~12in, so that could make sense.
SmalliesNEyes wrote: so it's the only way they got in there.
Phil6 wrote:SmalliesNEyes wrote: so it's the only way they got in there.
Unless there's pike living in there and someone stocked a musky and things got freaky
when you find out the hybrids reproduced
Aux Pleins wrote:There is a evolving science to their ways. Over the summer I witnessed such a stocking at my dentist office pond. They were stocking Grass Carp to cull the weeds and grass growth. And they only stocked 2 very large grass carp, I would say the pond is smaller than a tennis court, not sure of the depth.
Aux Pleins wrote:If there are homes on that body of water you can bet it was stocked by the pond or lake management
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