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"; John D
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4/13/02 10:56 PM
Re: NJ fishing [Post#: 704 / re: 694 ] Reply to this post

If you do go after Pickerel (or any other species of Fish from the Esox family*) ALWAYS use a wire trace (so the little sod doesn't bite through your line).... and also carry a pair of curved Surgical / Fishing Forceps with you, since they're the best tool for the job without loosing any blood.
Over here in England, we have a similar species, called a PIKE (http://www.esox.co.uk).... and they reach weights of 45lb or more (though I read somewhere about a rumour a 70lb fish being found somewhere).

~ JD
john@duck1979.freeserve.co.uk
http://www.thefishfinder.com/members/riveresk
* Esox family includes the Pickerel, Muskellunge and the European Pike




 
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*NJ fishing  The Jersey devil4/1/02 05:21 PM
.*Re: NJ fishing  DN224/22/02 07:21 PM
.*Re: NJ fishing  Rat Man4/7/02 05:03 AM
...Re: NJ fishing  John D4/13/02 10:56 PM
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