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Littlefeather
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I recent bowfish trip to one of our Coastal rivers landed me this catch. Pretty good for a November trip.

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Jason R. Wesbrock
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Cool! What are those two big fish in the middle?
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ber643
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Any way you look at it, that catch represents one heck of a lot of hits! Good on ya, Curt.

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Littlefeather
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Thank you Ber. There were a few good shots made that night.

Jason, the big fishs in the middle are common Buffalo. They are a much more edible species of carp. The mouth on Buffalo is more up-slung than down/sucker type. CK

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Jason R. Wesbrock
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Thanks Curtis. Our buffalo aren't that tall here. They sure can put up a good fight through. [thumbsup]
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Nice fedder!! [thumbsup]

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