DOGFISH

Brandon Mabrey

joe just wanted to let you know there is not a dogfish category in the drop down list and we have a couple of members that have posted there catch as a shark because of this issue I believe john and chad looney have dogfish catches maybe you could change there title for them....

Posted by Brandon Mabrey Elite Member created over 7 years ago - last updated over 7 years ago
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Brandon Mabrey

skates also are not up there joe, if anyone knows of anymore fish that are not on the list just post to this thread so we can try to get all of them listed on there......

Posted by Brandon Mabrey Elite Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

Joe Pych

Ask and ye shall receive. Skate and Dogfish have been added to the list.  I updated Chad's listing. 

I could not find the skates... I found ones that were manta rays and sting rays. I don't know the difference between these things.

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Brandon Mabrey

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John Wright

those we have posted as manta rays are actually butterfly rays not skates i done the research lol

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John Wright

and one of them was actually a sting ray the rest were the butterfly rays

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Brandon Mabrey

there you go john you just found another category that needs to be added butterfly rays lol we are gonna work joe to death

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John Wright

somebody has to work and support the economy

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Joe A

Don't forget we also need Roanoke bass on that list.

Posted by Joe A Expert Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

Joe Pych

Jeez you guys are working me to death :)

John - I just added Butterfly Ray and updated your listings.

Joe - I just added Roanoke Bass to the list. FYI - in doing my research, I found that it is considered a vulnerable species and "native only to a few river systems, including the Eno River in North Carolina and the Roanoke River in Virginia and North Carolina." according to wikipedia. Looks very similar to what we call a Rock Bass up here, but there's no lack of those around.

Thanks for the tips!

Posted by Joe Pych Elite Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

Joe A

Thanks Joe, last year we kept posting them under "red eye Bass", But due to us catching them on the Eno river, there definitly Roanoke Bass

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Henry V

Yep, those are Roanoke Bass we catch in the Eno. What an amazing species, and only ten minutes from my house. I;ve always wondered what they taste like, but I feel too bad about their small range to eat one.

Posted by Henry V Elite Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

Henry V

I hate to add more work, but I don;t se ethe Northern Sucker on that list.

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Joe Pych

I thought you were kidding at first with the "Northern Sucker"... is that the same as the Longnose Sucker? I.e.: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longnose_Sucker

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LOONACIDAL L

We need to determine the difference between Black Bullhead  Brown Bullhead and Channel Catfish. Some assistance please. Ive seen so many different colors, depending on water clarity. I think I know but not quite sure.

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