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Old 07-17-2017, 11:47 AM   #1
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Default MOST AGGRESSIVE freshwater fish IN THE WORLD!!


I visited a buddy in south florida this weekend and we had some time to pond hop. These fish were incredibly aggressive as soon as you casted anywhere near their fry it was game on! We had a blast catching 30-40 a day minimum!!
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I'm sure a Snakehead is more aggressive! But that's a good day of fishing.
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Looks like a yellow perch
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What kind of fish were they? Don't think I caught the name in the video.
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Peacock Bass is what I heard.
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What kind of fish were they? Don't think I caught the name in the video.
Peacock Bass. Native to Central and South America where they will grow MUCH, MUCH bigger. They were introduced in south Florida by wildlife officials to help combat the proliferation of Oscars and Mayan Cichlids.



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LOL exaggerate much?
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Peacock Bass. Native to Central and South America where they will grow MUCH, MUCH bigger. They were introduced in south Florida by wildlife officials to help combat the proliferation of Oscars and Mayan Cichlids.



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The big ones down south are a different species than what we have in florida.
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The big ones down south are a different species than what we have in florida.
According to Wikipedia, there were 2 varieties of Peacock Bass introduced to south Florida: the Speckled and the Butterfly https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peacock_bass. I have not been able to confirm the Speckled introduction anywhere else. The Speckled grows the largest of all the varieties in the world http://www.fieldandstream.com/photos...o-*****#page-3.



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LOL exaggerate much?
he has to in order to get his view count up on youtube

"HOT FISHING GIRL CATCHES SHARK IN BIKINI"
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he has to in order to get his view count up on youtube

"HOT FISHING GIRL CATCHES SHARK IN BIKINI"
I've never seen a shark in a bikini!


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I've never seen a shark in a bikini!



You should get out more often...........
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I've never seen a shark in a bikini!


Better than that Jim McElwain humping the dead mako picture
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According to Wikipedia, there were 2 varieties of Peacock Bass introduced to south Florida: the Speckled and the Butterfly https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peacock_bass. I have not been able to confirm the Speckled introduction anywhere else. The Speckled grows the largest of all the varieties in the world http://www.fieldandstream.com/photos...o-*****#page-3.



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The speckled peacocks dint take to South Florida like the butterflies did. Probably just a little to far north for the speckled to thrive. FWC does not recognize any breeding populations of speckled p-cocks in florida.
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More clickbait from thebassguy

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I see what you're doing OP. Recommend not posting on this site or FS, you won't get many views, and certainly not enough to make the bashing worthwhile. Plus this is mostly a saltwater site, just saying. IMO

Best of luck with your channel otherwise.
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Wanna tell us where that lake at? lol
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