Bowfin (). Photo by CalicoBass
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Uploaded by: CalicoBass

Friday December 27, 2013

near Weiner, AR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Or as we call them, a Grinnell. We found this guy in a little bit of water on the edge of the road, somehow he got washed out of the overflowing ditch. We gave him CPR...Catch, Photo, Release.

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7. CalicoBass
3:38 PM GMT on December 29, 2013
Thanks Peter and Steve for the comments! I've never ate these, don't think a lot of people do but some swear they are good. I've heard you have to eat them when they are hot out of the frying pan. They do have some sharp teeth so if you catch one, you don't want to lip it. They are a hoot to catch, put up a great fight.
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6. backwardguy
3:37 PM GMT on December 29, 2013
Neat shot. I looked them up and they're edible. This one is lucky you know CPR! :)
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5. pcBurgas
8:33 AM GMT on December 29, 2013
Nice procedure CPR!
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4. CalicoBass
10:34 PM GMT on December 28, 2013
Thanks Jim, Eileen and Julia for the comments!
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3. Doesiedoats
3:55 PM GMT on December 28, 2013
Great rescue story Delana.
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2. YouKnowWho
3:15 PM GMT on December 28, 2013
Oh boy! Neat find!
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1. gusbuster
5:05 AM GMT on December 28, 2013
Nice, probably tempting to recycle him for dinner. LOL
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I am married (40 years), we enjoy being outdoors, fishing, going for drives on the back-roads. I enjoy taking pictures of everything and I really enjoy seeing everyones pictures they put on this site. We live in a very small town that is where the White and Black Rivers meet.

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