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What the heck is this fish???


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what part of the state and what creek/river/drainage? I haven't heard much of gobies caught outside the great lakes, and they are pretty tough to distinguish from sculpins.

I would bet it is a mottled sculpin, they can reach lengths of about 5 inches.

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"It is better to remain silent and let others think of you as a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt." *open mouth, insert foot

Sorry, I just had to chime in to poke fun at my buddy (who, correctly, claimed it was a sculpin). I don't know a sculpin from a gobe from Krang (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles). I can still eat my foot if you want though.

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I caught this the other day in the river, what the heck is it?


Did you really catch that thing or did you find that picture somewhere on the internet and post it here to scare other people and discourage them from fishing anymore.

That thing looks like it's going to start talking!

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