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#16 PDX_Doug

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Posted 12 July 2006 - 04:13 PM

Reminds me of the ole Justin Wilson joke where his buddy takes the Game Warden fishing.  After he lights the first stick of dynamite, the GW proceeds to tell him he is going to jail. 

The buddy lights another stick........hands it to the warden and asks "You gonna Talk, or are you gonna Fish?" eek1  eek1


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That would do the trick! :D

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Posted 12 July 2006 - 04:13 PM

I've eaten Ray that were bow hunted off the NC coast - really good marinated and cooked over a wood fire.
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Posted 12 July 2006 - 05:14 PM

I've eaten Ray that were bow hunted off the NC coast - really good marinated and cooked over a wood fire.

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Sounds yummy :essen:

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Posted 12 July 2006 - 07:27 PM

Doug I am truely confused about the night time ban on fishing in Oregon.

Here in Florida, one of the best times to fish is at night. You get out of the sun, and some of the game fish are more active at night.

I am a snook fishing addict, and night is the one of the best times to catch them. I can only keep them when they are in season. A great game fish and very delicious.

What am I missing here? Does the state of Oregon think the fishermen can use darkness to sneak up on the fish unawares?

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Posted 12 July 2006 - 08:17 PM

Like 3Lees said it is legal here in the state of Florida. It is done from City and County Fishing Piers which are open all night long...in the Atlanic Ocean, On the Gulf Coast, in streams, the Intracostal Waterway, from private docks and on the river. We are required to use running lights in our boats and we never inbibe in beer etc regardless of which wheel we are behind ...auto or boat. Some of the best Grouper fishing is in the Gulf at night.
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Posted 12 July 2006 - 08:21 PM

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So are you going for stingrays or flounder or both? 

Here in So. Calif. we have a fish called a sheepshead...it's born a red female and then turns to a really large black and red male and grows great big front teeth.  They only eat shellfish and so their meat tastes like scallops or lobster.  I have had it and this is true.  Are these fish on any others coast?

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Hi Skippershe...for both...we have sheepshead here...I think they are YUCKY :yuk: ...you have to soak them in milk before you cook them....and they are very boney. I am not sure if the are born female and them turn into a guy though eek1 . Most of the ones that I have seen are black and white and yes they do have a mouthful of teeth.
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Posted 12 July 2006 - 11:13 PM

Doug I am truely confused about the night time ban on fishing in Oregon.

Here in Florida, one of the best times to fish is at night. You get out of the sun, and some of the game fish are more active at night.

I am a snook fishing addict, and night is the one of the best times to catch them. I can only keep them when they are in season. A great game fish and very delicious.

What am I missing here? Does the state of Oregon think the fishermen can use darkness to sneak up on the fish unawares?

Enlighten us!


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Not sure "why" we have that law, but it's true. See page 8 of this document.
http://www.dfw.state...ations_2006.pdf

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 10:29 AM

Doug I am truely confused about the night time ban on fishing in Oregon.... one of the best times to fish is at night. ...


Dan, I think you just hit the nail on the head! :rolleyes:
Or, maybe it's just because it's OREGON!

I will admit to surprise though. I always assumed this law was typical everywhere. :dunno:

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 06:08 PM

I've eaten Ray that were bow hunted off the NC coast - really good marinated and cooked over a wood fire.

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Sounds yummy :essen:

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Yes it does sound YUMMY! I think I will try Priates Gold marinate unless someone has a better idea!
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Posted 14 July 2006 - 07:52 PM

Good luck tonight, countrygirl! thumbleft
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Posted 14 July 2006 - 07:53 PM

I've eaten Ray that were bow hunted off the NC coast - really good marinated and cooked over a wood fire.

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Sounds yummy :essen:

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Yes it does sound YUMMY! I think I will try Priates Gold marinate unless someone has a better idea!

I don't know what Pirate's gold is like, but would like to try it...just looked it up online and saw that it comes in regular and hot...interesting! Hey, just found a coupon offer here:

http://www.piratesgoldmarinade.com/

Another one you might try if you like a teriyaki marinade/sauce is Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki...It is a fast marinade and DELICIOUS!! It's a great dipping sauce too! Go to their website and read how they got started...it's a cute story. You can get it at most grocery stores, but the best price I've found is at Trader Joe's...do you have TJ's there?

http://www.soyvay.com/

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 09:37 PM

That sounds goood. :essen:

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 10:01 PM

No rays tonight...the wind blew and we came in early. It wa beautiful...out on the water though. We left about an hour before dark...which means I did not get to sit on the back porch and watch the does with their fawns in out back yard tonight. The fawns have just started coming in to feed....we have a game camera out there and night before last was the first night the mama's let their babies come out of the woods. So far we have not gotten any pics of the fawns...sooner or later we will though. If there is any interest I will post their pics.
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Posted 14 July 2006 - 10:23 PM

Better luck next time!!! thumbleft

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Posted 22 July 2006 - 12:40 AM

Doug I am truely confused about the night time ban on fishing in Oregon.

Here in Florida, one of the best times to fish is at night. You get out of the sun, and some of the game fish are more active at night.

I am a snook fishing addict, and night is the one of the best times to catch them. I can only keep them when they are in season. A great game fish and very delicious.

What am I missing here? Does the state of Oregon think the fishermen can use darkness to sneak up on the fish unawares?

Enlighten us!


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Not sure "why" we have that law, but it's true. See page 8 of this document.
http://www.dfw.state...ations_2006.pdf


I checked it out and it looks like you can only fish for salmon, shad, steelhead, sturgeon, trout or whitefish during the day but everything else is ok to catch at night. I fish here in CA at night and use to do the same in Washington .
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