Bullhead @ libby lake

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  1. C-takagi

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    while its probably not worth bragging about, I caught a bullhead @ libby lake yesterday, which is exciting to add to my species list.
     
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    Brown bullhead? Very nice, what's next on the species hunt?
     
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    for freshwater, carp & blue catfish, for salt, bonito, & corvina
     
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    Carp and corvina are the easy ones.. the other two, you might have to work at it..
     
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    THAT BULLY ALMOST LOOKS LIKE A FLATTY
     
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    Yellow bullheads actually. There are a few browns in there if you catch all the yellows first lol. Also if you want to catch a carp, there are a bunch of small ones in libby. I’ve caught them with corn but bread or a dough bait should work too
     
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    good to know!
    same setup: 2lb test, size 6hook?
     
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    Plenty of them a hundred miles that way -points east-
     
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    more like sixty miles; Diamond valley lake's full of em
     
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    Yeah, but you can actually target the ones in the IV. Live goldfish, live bluegill, fishing at night, all no problem in the IV
     
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    where @ in the IV? isnt it all desert out there?
     
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    I have no idea where anything in california is, fyi
     
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    All over, the big ones are in the Alamo and New rivers
     
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    They are getting cleaner as the years go by, FishNinja .. when I was a kid, they had "do not contact the water" advisories on the New River.. now they have eating advisories on the fish from the New.. the Alamo has always been cleaner than the new, I have known a bunch of people who have eaten those giant tilapia out of there
     
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