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  1. BrianM50

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    So i am thinking this is a corbina but not entirely sure. It seemed like the mouth was too far on the bottom for a corbina but i have never caught one before so i am not sure. Can someone please verify it?

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    That's a bean.
     
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    A nice bean!
     
  4. i'dratherbef___ing

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    Just caught this! What is it?

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    Male rock wrasse
     
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    Spotted in MB-anyone know what this thing is?

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    I was thinking the same thing.
     
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    or a bunch old condoms all tied up
     
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    Nice catch, how was the fight? ;)
     
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    Someone told me this fish is called "seniorita"?? What type of fish is that??

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    sorry i'dratherbef___ing not a senorita.. rock wrasse there, looks like a female to me.. they change sex as they age.. wrasse are strange.. lol
     
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    Oh ok... Thanks. The guy fishing next to me told me it was called "seniorita" but couldn't say what type of fish.
     
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    lol maybe it was a senior hahah
     
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    they are all related.. senoritas, rock wrasse, sheephead, and a few other local examples of wrasse, interesting, tasty, strange creatures..
     
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    Thanks! You're a wealth of knowledge. I really appreciate everyone's input & guidance:)
     
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    Werfless, you missed your calling, you should be employed at Birch Aquarium.
     
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    Sculpin can get allot bigger than that. To about 5lbs.
     
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    We all thought it, Leoffensive took one for the team and said it.
     
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    i know everyone was thinkin it haha
     
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