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DavidG


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Registered: June 2003
Location: Santee Cooper (Moultrie)
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Garfish Joe
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Registered: June 2003
Posts: 2
Sat July 5, 2003 12:31am

Hey David,


I've been keeping up with your posts all week. Very cool fishing hole you got there. And I don't see many others posting photos of Bowfin and Gar here either. What state are you fishing in and what "dam" is that in some of your photos? I understand if you don't want to give away info on your favorite fishing spot - no sweat.


I am in Louisiana, and the Coonasses (Cajuns) down here call Bowfin either Choupique (sounds like "shoe-pick") or Cypress Trout.


You ever tried shooting fish with a bow? Your setup looks awesome for bowfishing. If you get time, check out my page of photos here.


Garfish Joe Photos


Keep up the good work!


Joey aka Garfish Joe
DavidG
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Registered: June 2003
Location: Santee Cooper (Moultrie)
Posts: 100
Thu July 10, 2003 7:01pm

i dont know i dont like to tell people where it is, never tried bowfishing, people used to bowfin for the bowfin in that dam and throw there dead bodies back in and it ruined my fishing spot... nice gar photos
Garfish Joe
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Registered: June 2003
Posts: 2
Fri July 11, 2003 4:50am

Sorry to hear that bowfishing people left dead fish all over the place. There are plenty of stupid people in the world, so I am not surprised.


We even eat garfish in Lousisana. First boil the meat in crab boil spices until it is snow white, then mix the boiled meat with your favorite spices and some batter, roll them into little balls and deep fry them until crispy. They are called Garballs. Sort of taste like crabmeat hushpuppies.


Thanks for the reply. Don't blame you for keeping your fishing spot a secret. I do the same thing.


-Joey
DavidG
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Registered: June 2003
Location: Santee Cooper (Moultrie)
Posts: 100
Fri July 11, 2003 11:58pm

its more of a thing of conservation efforts on my behalf, you see the body of water out there is only reckindled with fish maybe every month, because the rainfalls are not always enough to bring water spilling over the dam, and even then only maybe 10 decent sized fish will be washed over ... its small body of water too

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