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King of the Sheephead?

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I think WWG wrapped this one up in one fish last night. What a beast at 34" and almost 20lbs!

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Highlight of the night?

Almost, John then added an exclamation point just as we were about to leave.

42x24.5 and 34lbs

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Nice fish dude.

Fun night again. Thanks

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WOW. WWG is the May KOTC champ. Great looking flathead and then a beauty of a Sheepshead. You've got everybody chasing you now John - great pics.

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Yeah it was a pretty good night. I caught another smaller Flat and WWG lost another big one during battle.

Can't wait for the long weekend.....

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I have caught a lot of sheephead over the last 10 years on the river.................but NOTHING that ever came close to that beast last night.

BTW, that sheephead was caught on a 7" bullhead!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I never expected to see that thing next to the boat.

Are you Serious??????

What a blast Darren.

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Nice fish WWG!

Now it makes one wonder if those tugs and pulls are channels or walleye confused

Now we can add in sheephead.

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Sorry Ryan.......I don't know what I was thinking last night. I could have followed the great tongue tradition that started with a few licks from Dark30 followed by the uncomfortable sturgeon slobbering of yourself and Da-chise. What a great avatar a french kiss with a beast like that would have been. If it hadn't smelled quite so bad I may have gone for it.

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I think your sheephead is a catch of a life time, but John, I think we should all draw the line at sheephead. Even one that big.

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That is the first sheepie I have ever heard of caught on a bullhead. I got some big ones last year on live bait but nothing like that beast. Sweet fish

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My buddy got a 5.5 pounder last year on a 4 inch bullhead. Not quite the same, but apparently they will eat live bait. I've never done it. Considering it bit on a medium sized bullhead, I told my friend he has a nice walleye on most likely...surprised as heck when he pulled in a sheepie.

Man, not only is that 20 pounder a sweeeeeeeet, the hold/pic make it look even BIGGER!

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Is it sad that I am more impressed by the sheephead?

I'll second that. A bullhead too; I suppose when your that big anythings on the dinner menu.

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