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CarlWBL

Puppy names related to fishing

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Any name ideas for a male GSP pup that are related to fishing? I'm bringing him home next week and choosing a name is harder than I thought!

Thanks,

Carl

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Based upon what he's going to do to your back yard, how about the name "Crappie"? wink

J/K

Presuming you're going to train him to be a pointer, how about "Leader?"

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Here's a few

Hooks

Keeper

Hotspot

Vex

Fish

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Mercury...even though that would be hard to yell! Pike...

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I'm bringing home a Vizsla next weekend and I wanted to name him Fisher but the wife nixed it.

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Had a Chocolate lab who passed in 1999, his name was Java (as in Early Morning Java). Not directly related, but every early morning fishing trip we take starts with coffee!

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Jigger

Bobber

Dropshot

Backtroll

Bomber (a brand of crankbaits)

Buzzbait

Chugger

Rapala

Senko

Spinner

Popper

Berkley

Shad

Shadrap

Shiner

Sonar

Stinger (hook)

Backcast

Bimini

Sinker

Boondoggle

Bullet (sinker type and covers hunting too)

Downrig

Jitterbug

Longline

Mayfly

Mudflat

Sandbar

Muskie

Snagger

SplitShot

Wader

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I will not hunt with a dog named bimini!!! That is a fact!

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Jigger

Bobber

Dropshot

Backtroll

Bomber (a brand of crankbaits)

Buzzbait

Chugger

Rapala

Senko

Spinner

Popper

Berkley

Shad

Shadrap

Shiner

Sonar

Stinger (hook)

Backcast

Bimini

Sinker

Boondoggle

Bullet (sinker type and covers hunting too)

Downrig

Jitterbug

Longline

Mayfly

Mudflat

Sandbar

Muskie

Snagger

SplitShot

Wader

COOL list sportfish!! I'll look back on your list if in my life I get another dog!!

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you can bet I'll be looking up this post when I get another puppy!!!

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Only thing that came to mind at first was (Jigs).

Had a GSP named Fritz, Thanks brought back some fond memories of him.

Farmer

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the only one i can think ok is wally, thats because my brother got a GSP named willy.

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What kind of boat do you have? A buddy of mine has a wire hair named Ranger...

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A buddy of mine wanted to name his first son something related to fishing, namaed him Finnegan. Fin for short. Thought that was pretty good.

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Can't go wrong with "Lindy." Boy or girl

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Thanks for all the suggestions. Here is the pup's new name.

Lakeviews Trophy Catch

common name: Fisher

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Thanks for all the suggestions. Here is the pup's new name.

Lakeviews Trophy Catch

common name: Fisher

I like it! I know it's too late, but I just thought of "Corky"

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