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Old 05-15-2016, 08:09 PM   #1
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This big boy was at 60 feet with me last week around man-made structure. At least 30" long.

They love structure and are not afraid of divers at all. I can touch many of them before they move. Even then they don't swim far before stopping.
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This big boy was at 60 feet with me last week around man-made structure. At least 30" long.

They love structure and are not afraid of divers at all. I can touch many of them before they move. Even then they don't swim far before stopping.
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He was sitting on the trailer I found off Garnet Point in Moultonboro-map attached with Lat/Lon.
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That's a really cool picture. Never seen one in person. You only catch them in the winter (i.e. ice fishing) right?
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That's a really cool picture. Never seen one in person. You only catch them in the winter (i.e. ice fishing) right?
Yes they are caught through the ice and they are very tasty. Taste a lot like haddock.

Awesome picture Diver.
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Yes very tasty, I deep fry in the bob house and if I don't tell you you'd swear it was haddock!

I was told they are very wormy in the warmer months, I don't fish in the summer so I can't confirm that.
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