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Friday November 13, 2009

kitty hawk, NC (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Several hundred feet from the surf line in front of High Cotton restaurant. Perhaps a mutton snapper? It was about 8-10 inches.

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5. OuterBanker
3:59 PM GMT on November 14, 2009
Menhaden is plentiful off the OBX, not unusual to see huge school from the beach. Any other ideas?
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4. coyotee
2:09 PM GMT on November 14, 2009
It's mouth is higher then a carps, I would guess some type of mutant shad. The body and gills look like a menhaden's but the scales disagree...

With the northeaster you just got it's hard to tell where it may have come from.
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3. stansimms
11:20 AM GMT on November 14, 2009
i doubt it's a carp. i could be wrong but, i think carp are fresh water fish only.
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2. OuterBanker
4:53 AM GMT on November 14, 2009
Is "strongly resembles" your polite way of telling me it was a carp? I take no insult if it was a carp, just doesn't sound as cool as my guess. Thanks for taking the time to respond.
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1. booboo2284
3:30 AM GMT on November 14, 2009
strongly resembles a carp.
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