Ski Man

Snook caught by Miguel R. fishing in Florida on 07/07/84

Posted by Ski Man over 10 years ago

Snook caught by Miguel R. fishing in Florida on 07/07/84
Snook caught by Miguel R. fishing on Saturday July 07, 1984 at 12:28 2.0 km from Englewood in Sarasota County, Florida (FL), United States North America

"date circa 1934, Unknown contributer"

The common snook is the largest type of snook.

Snook are protandric hermaphrodites, which means that the males reverse sex and change into females after spawning season.

It is known for its spectacular fighting ability. In a fight with an angler, snook often swim toward structures, such as docks, rocks or pilings, using these structures to tangle and break fishing lines. And with razor-sharp plates on their gills, will twist and turn to cut the fishing line with them.

Snook may be found in southern coastal Florida throughout the year in shallow, coastal seas, bays and rivers. Sometimes snook may be found in water only a few inches deep.

Anglers should always release unharmed any undersized or out-of-season snook.

ref site, "swfwmd.state.fl.us/education/interactive/southerncoastal"

1. This was a goof post to fish out some old friends.

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Team RippnLipz

Dam thats old

Posted by Team RippnLipz Elite Member over 10 years ago

Henry V

Ski,

On closer inspection, the fish on the right appears to be a Snook. I bet the other one is, too.

Holler at Rick when you get a chance, man.

Posted by Henry V Elite Member over 10 years ago

Ski Man

I confess. It was my grand pop's catch. Don't really know what it was.

Also location most likely in the tropics. (He was Cuban)

Yo Henry, WASSUUUP

Posted by Ski Man over 10 years ago

John Cox

thats funny

Posted by John Cox Expert Member over 10 years ago

Henry V

Ski! It's me, Henry from Bergenfield. What the hell, man? How you been?

Oh yeah, those ain;t no crappie!

Posted by Henry V Elite Member over 10 years ago

John A Wright

were they black drum??

Posted by John A Wright Elite Member over 10 years ago

Brandon Mabrey

I THINK YOU GOT YOUR FISH MIXED UP BUD, CRAPPIE DONT GET QUITE THAT BIG.... LOL

Posted by Brandon Mabrey Elite Member over 10 years ago

John A Wright

good god thats some big crappie

Posted by John A Wright Elite Member over 10 years ago

Craig Littwin

crappy bro r u serious mean thats kinda big.....

Posted by Craig Littwin Expert Member over 10 years ago

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