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I caught a striped bass in Lake Murray a few months ago and tagged it with a satelite homing device. On a lark I checked it last week. It was in Lake Hartwell. Strange considering those lakes don't connect. Now the thing just pinged in Lake Sumter. WTF?
Any fish experts out there want to help me out?
maybe some guy has the transmitter in his boat
Sounds to me like somebody caught the thing, noticed the homing device, and decided to have some fun with you after he finished off his 6 pack. Looks like his messing with you worked.
Yeah maybe that would make sense but as I posted earlier it has gone in areas that are unavigable by humans and it has gone over 30 feet below the surface of the water. Unless someone is fishing in a submarine, Pete is on the move big time.
If this is true how big was the fish.
Two grand boys, Two state championships. 5-peat USC
12-36 inches I'm not sure.
If all this is true a 12/16 inch striper could stay alive in a live well for transport to Hartwell, a striper much bigger than this would die.
ya'll hear the line screamin' yet ? Well played Steve.
i don't know if this is a joke or not. but does anyone know if satellite tags are available like this to the general public? also how much they cost. i would love to tag some fish in hartwell and follow their movements.
steve, if you really tagged it, where did you get the tag, and how much did it cost?
fwiw, there is no way a fish could go from murray to hartwell. and i have never heard of lake sumter.
It might have been Fort Sumter. I was using the new Apple Maps and they are hard to read.
Video surveillance of the fish.
This is a walking catfish; exotic in Florida (not supposed to be here). They have been walking/swimming up and down my street the last two days.
I am flooded-in today; was expected to go to work, but cannot get through the roads, had to turn around and come back home--couldn't even go a mile and now that is even under water.
Walking catfish move around from pond to pond, ditch to ditch when it is wet and rainy. They can live out of the water quite a while and use this advantage to expand their population areas. I got good video of him walking down my driveway but too large to send.
Pics of the stripper or GTFO.
Caught a 8lb 4 once bass in a tour. on clark hill, carried it thirty plus miles to weigh in the next year I caught the same fish off the same bridge. The bass was blind in one eye with a scar behind the eye. Won both tour. Only this time he weighed seven half. Maybe you tagged a walking catfish instead of a striper.
Sorry did not see the post, I think this solves the mystery.
for real big train?
Which one of them did you tag?
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