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New Invasive Species on the Upper End

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2 hours ago, Quillback said:

In the future, people will just talk in letters.

"HRU"

"PDG!"

"RUGFT?"

"YHICABO!"

 

 

G1!  TMAMT.  (Took me a minute though.)

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On ‎7‎/‎3‎/‎2018 at 4:06 PM, gurzik said:

They’ve migrated to Aunts Creek 

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I bet in this case.... if you put a "350 HP" on its arse it would be considered inclusive and appropriate to fish out of in bass tournaments. It might actually run 100 mph if you could keep it straight (still traumatized over the Springfield News MisLeader article).  Tough to roll cast with a neck and head that size. BAM!, spinnerbait hits the top of the unicorn horn and your reel blows up, wire gets bent three different ways....never to be tuned right again. 

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On ‎7‎/‎3‎/‎2018 at 7:18 PM, Boobie said:

The migration has begun!!!!!

Yep, they're on the move.  I spotted one yesterday floating down the Platte river, west of Omaha, NE. 

If these things keep multiplying, Game & Parks may need to look at adding a summer waterfowl season.  I'm sure Johnny would be happy to offer up some Cabelas-branded, Gore-Tex lined, camouflage swim trunks and flip-flops so that folks could be properly outfitted for summer flamingo hunts.  :D

 

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