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2012-08-24 12:25:37 PM  
Why did the "Enlarge Photo" link actually shrink the photo?
 
2012-08-24 12:27:21 PM  
www.fieldandstream.com

That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

/She's got a nice lower half too
//Points off for that stupid "Salt Life" visor though
 
2012-08-24 12:31:53 PM  
Two fishes, really.
 
2012-08-24 12:47:51 PM  
What is that in #25?
 
2012-08-24 12:48:31 PM  
I like the tattoo peaking out, so I'll have something to read while I'm down there
 
2012-08-24 12:57:53 PM  

fatalvenom: [www.fieldandstream.com image 480x642]

That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

/She's got a nice lower half too
//Points off for that stupid "Salt Life" visor though


Season is closed anyways...
 
2012-08-24 01:00:54 PM  

fatalvenom: [www.fieldandstream.com image 480x642]

That is a nice Snookatch...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snookatch, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat....


FTFY 

/only when it's fresh, though
 
2012-08-24 01:31:28 PM  

ChrisDe: Why did the "Enlarge Photo" link actually shrink the photo?


Rhetorical or serious question?

/I got answers...
 
2012-08-24 01:42:32 PM  

fatalvenom: That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.


You can tell by looking at the fish that it is one inch too long to be legally kept?

I call shenanigans.
 
2012-08-24 01:46:15 PM  
www.fieldandstream.com

You guys can keep your bikini clad slut, I'm going with the real fisher woman.
 
2012-08-24 01:51:41 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties: fatalvenom: That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

You can tell by looking at the fish that it is one inch too long to be legally kept?

I call shenanigans.


The sidebar says it's a 33" Snook.

What a 57" Snook might look like:
encrypted-tbn1.google.com

/You'd throw her back?
 
2012-08-24 01:54:06 PM  
www.sportfishermen.com
 
2012-08-24 01:56:05 PM  

fatalvenom: [www.fieldandstream.com image 480x642]

That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

/She's got a nice lower half too
//Points off for that stupid "Salt Life" visor though


Her name is Snook?
 
2012-08-24 02:09:53 PM  

EddieFC: What is that in #25?


Looks like a snapping turtle of some sort.

What's beneath the left fish in #12?
 
2012-08-24 02:12:43 PM  

skrame: EddieFC: What is that in #25?

Looks like a snapping turtle of some sort.

What's beneath the left fish in #12?


Bait
 
2012-08-24 02:17:35 PM  
Were they using clam for bait?
 
2012-08-24 02:18:22 PM  

skrame: What's beneath the left fish in #12?


Never mind. It's a hand picking up a fish. At first I thought it looked like a claw of some sort.
 
2012-08-24 02:20:12 PM  

Crewmannumber6: I like the tattoo peaking out, so I'll have something to read while I'm down there


It says "you're going the wrong way, the fish is to the right"
 
2012-08-24 02:34:07 PM  

karmaceutical: fatalvenom: [www.fieldandstream.com image 480x642]

That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

/She's got a nice lower half too
//Points off for that stupid "Salt Life" visor though

Season is closed anyways...


Well I know that.

Nothing pisses me off more that catching a slot-sized snook out of season, or catching one an inch too big or too small in season.

The FWC are a bunch of twats with the size regulations.
 
2012-08-24 02:48:59 PM  

fatalvenom: karmaceutical: fatalvenom: [www.fieldandstream.com image 480x642]

That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

/She's got a nice lower half too
//Points off for that stupid "Salt Life" visor though

Season is closed anyways...

Well I know that.

Nothing pisses me off more that catching a slot-sized snook out of season, or catching one an inch too big or too small in season.

The FWC are a bunch of twats with the size regulations.


Yeah, those slot sized fish are rare beasts when then season is open. I can't bring myself to kill one anyway, they are too beautiful to eat. I'll catch a couple and then go harvest a few trout or mangroves if I feel like eating something. Of course, you can buy Pompano at the fish market...
 
2012-08-24 04:12:15 PM  

karmaceutical: fatalvenom: karmaceutical: fatalvenom: [www.fieldandstream.com image 480x642]

That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

/She's got a nice lower half too
//Points off for that stupid "Salt Life" visor though

Season is closed anyways...

Well I know that.

Nothing pisses me off more that catching a slot-sized snook out of season, or catching one an inch too big or too small in season.

The FWC are a bunch of twats with the size regulations.

Yeah, those slot sized fish are rare beasts when then season is open. I can't bring myself to kill one anyway, they are too beautiful to eat. I'll catch a couple and then go harvest a few trout or mangroves if I feel like eating something. Of course, you can buy Pompano at the fish market...


You should bring yourself to at least try. There is a reason that there are such strict yet out of date regulations on Snook, they are tasty. Better than Mahi and Grouper IMHO.

They put up one hell of a fight on a fly rod as well.
 
2012-08-24 04:39:07 PM  

fatalvenom: karmaceutical: fatalvenom: karmaceutical: fatalvenom: [www.fieldandstream.com image 480x642]

That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

/She's got a nice lower half too
//Points off for that stupid "Salt Life" visor though

Season is closed anyways...

Well I know that.

Nothing pisses me off more that catching a slot-sized snook out of season, or catching one an inch too big or too small in season.

The FWC are a bunch of twats with the size regulations.

Yeah, those slot sized fish are rare beasts when then season is open. I can't bring myself to kill one anyway, they are too beautiful to eat. I'll catch a couple and then go harvest a few trout or mangroves if I feel like eating something. Of course, you can buy Pompano at the fish market...

You should bring yourself to at least try. There is a reason that there are such strict yet out of date regulations on Snook, they are tasty. Better than Mahi and Grouper IMHO.

They put up one hell of a fight on a fly rod as well.


Oh, I bring a few to hand now and then. Always under or over slot of course. I did pull a slot fish out of the Loxahatchee earlier this season, but I didn't have a cooler in the canoe. I will probably cave and harvest one here this fall. For the time being, I'll stay busy chasing these Tarpon that have been hanging around.
 
2012-08-24 05:16:44 PM  

karmaceutical: fatalvenom: karmaceutical: fatalvenom: karmaceutical: fatalvenom: [www.fieldandstream.com image 480x642]

That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

/She's got a nice lower half too
//Points off for that stupid "Salt Life" visor though

Season is closed anyways...

Well I know that.

Nothing pisses me off more that catching a slot-sized snook out of season, or catching one an inch too big or too small in season.

The FWC are a bunch of twats with the size regulations.

Yeah, those slot sized fish are rare beasts when then season is open. I can't bring myself to kill one anyway, they are too beautiful to eat. I'll catch a couple and then go harvest a few trout or mangroves if I feel like eating something. Of course, you can buy Pompano at the fish market...

You should bring yourself to at least try. There is a reason that there are such strict yet out of date regulations on Snook, they are tasty. Better than Mahi and Grouper IMHO.

They put up one hell of a fight on a fly rod as well.

Oh, I bring a few to hand now and then. Always under or over slot of course. I did pull a slot fish out of the Loxahatchee earlier this season, but I didn't have a cooler in the canoe. I will probably cave and harvest one here this fall. For the time being, I'll stay busy chasing these Tarpon that have been hanging around.


I live in Jupiter, one of if not the biggest snook hole on the SE coast of FL. If you have access to a good sea-worthy vessel, hit up the North jetty of the Jupiter inlet, you can literally walk on snook there.
 
2012-08-24 05:20:00 PM  

fatalvenom: karmaceutical: fatalvenom: karmaceutical: fatalvenom: karmaceutical: fatalvenom: [www.fieldandstream.com image 480x642]

That is a nice Snook...too bad it's an inch over being a keeper. For those of you who have never had a chance to eat Snook, it is one of the best fish in the world to eat.

/She's got a nice lower half too
//Points off for that stupid "Salt Life" visor though

Season is closed anyways...

Well I know that.

Nothing pisses me off more that catching a slot-sized snook out of season, or catching one an inch too big or too small in season.

The FWC are a bunch of twats with the size regulations.

Yeah, those slot sized fish are rare beasts when then season is open. I can't bring myself to kill one anyway, they are too beautiful to eat. I'll catch a couple and then go harvest a few trout or mangroves if I feel like eating something. Of course, you can buy Pompano at the fish market...

You should bring yourself to at least try. There is a reason that there are such strict yet out of date regulations on Snook, they are tasty. Better than Mahi and Grouper IMHO.

They put up one hell of a fight on a fly rod as well.

Oh, I bring a few to hand now and then. Always under or over slot of course. I did pull a slot fish out of the Loxahatchee earlier this season, but I didn't have a cooler in the canoe. I will probably cave and harvest one here this fall. For the time being, I'll stay busy chasing these Tarpon that have been hanging around.

I live in Jupiter, one of if not the biggest snook hole on the SE coast of FL. If you have access to a good sea-worthy vessel, hit up the North jetty of the Jupiter inlet, you can literally walk on snook there.


I live just right down 95 of you. I do a lot of fishing from Jupiter up to Vero. Mostly in the IRL around Hutchison Island up to the power plant. I do fish around the inlets, but I fish from kayaks and canoes, so I try to avoid as much boat traffic as possible.
 
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