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#1 Apr-14-15 7:49AM

mudkart
Northern Snakehead
Registered: Mar-13-09
Posts: 201

Sigh ... the invasiveness continues

Friend caught a ~8 lb snakehead from L. Braddock.

http://i646.photobucket.com/albums/uu181/mudkart/fish/2015/035.jpg_zpsvtf8ulka.png

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#2 Apr-14-15 8:19AM

AndrewDo124
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Alexandria
Registered: May-27-08
Posts: 963

Re: Sigh ... the invasiveness continues

oh no.....

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#3 Apr-14-15 8:44AM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 13120

Re: Sigh ... the invasiveness continues

I can't believe that guy snaked his way to LB all the way from the Potomac....


Time to go fishin' again!

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#4 Apr-14-15 9:00AM

mudkart
Northern Snakehead
Registered: Mar-13-09
Posts: 201

Re: Sigh ... the invasiveness continues

Until I hear a reasonable explanation how this could happen without human help, I'll continue to believe someone illegally "stocked" LB with at least one snakehead.  There is one dam and a pollution control plant between the Potomac and LB.

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#5 Apr-14-15 10:00AM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 13120

Re: Sigh ... the invasiveness continues

I let John Odenkirk know....


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#6 Apr-14-15 1:17PM

AndrewDo124
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Alexandria
Registered: May-27-08
Posts: 963

Re: Sigh ... the invasiveness continues

I'm with you on that, mike. I don't see how a snakehead could've made it there on its own. maybe eggs on the legs of a bird, but i'm thinking the more likely culprit is illegal stocking.

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