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Old 09-12-2019, 06:49 PM   #41
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I miss the big croaker run we had back then. I would rather eat a nice fat croaker than a skinny trout.
thk u sir, a fried croaker will rival a fried crappie.

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I agree with 1born2fish. They are great to eat and will take a lure and fight pound for pound as well or better than most other fish. Why not regulate croakers? They have regulations on gafftop, sheephead, drum, and even mullet. I have no problem with fisherman using finfish or croaker, but why use one of best tasting fish of the bays?
the trout are eating the croaker on the end of a hook before they grow up, and before they can get to your table. we can't possibly have a croaker run, if they are all killed at infancy. they should have game fish status, and regulated just like a trout.
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Surely no one believes that croaker will actually "call in" trout that were not already there and feeding? No one really believes that do they?


1. Any one that play the LA limits from TX waters game needs to do the research. It is not as simply as some folks make it sound. To be legal you MUST have a LA fishing license, you MUST launch from and return to LA. you MUST not be in possession of any fish not in compliance with TX LAW while in TX waters, you cannot catch and keep ANY fish caught in TX waters that DOES NOT comply with TX LAW. In other words YOU MUST NOT DO THIS IN TX WATERS. YOU ARE NOT BOOKING A TX FISHING TRIP YOU ARE BOOKING A LA TRIP FROM A GUIDE THAT LIVES IN TX. BE VERY VERY CAREFUL.


2. I would guess the reason croaker are sold more that piggy's or finger mullet or mud minnows is because of how you have to catch them. You can catch croaker by dragging nets like shrimping. You have to use traps or cast nets to catch piggy's, mullet, or mud minnows. Far easier, faster, and larger catch volume dragging a net behind a shrimp boat. Very hard back breaking work for not a lot of return trying to throw a cast net in the marsh hours on end.


3. I would like to see croaker made a game fish. NOT because I think they are some kind of magic trout bait. They should be a game fish because they are just good if not better fighting fish than other game fish. I also think sand trout and gulf trout should be as well.
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