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User: jweeks1357
Comment: canyou catch these in ct? if so where at because its one of the few species of fish i havent caught yet
Date: 08/07/12 10:06 AM

User: troutboy2901
Comment: i am kind of scared because one of these snapped my 10 pound line! i know it was a red fin because i got it to shore.
Date: 08/02/12 09:22 AM

User: brettinbrookline
Comment: Mean looking fish.
Date: 08/07/09 12:50 PM

User: diggadave24
Comment: i got one nice and it was not small
Date: 04/27/09 08:22 PM

User: dilloncounty
Comment: They are very similar to chain pickerel and will hit a bait that is much larger than you would expect. They are smaller than chain pickerel and usually live in small streams or oxbow lakes.
Date: 04/17/09 03:58 PM

User: diggadave24
Comment: Are they like chain pickerel and will hit bait that is much larger than you would expect them to hit?
Date: 03/29/09 01:42 PM

User: dilloncounty
Comment: When I was a boy, I often caught redfin pickerel in a swampy stream in Dillon County, SC. They were great acrobatic fighters and would hit a red and white spoon in a flash. They are small fish but are good table fare.
Date: 03/27/09 10:08 AM

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