Look Who It Is

Monday, August 27, 2018
Sucker, Northern Hog
Size: 
12 1/4 inches

If there’s still a bit of crawler on your hook, cast it out, even if everything else is already packed up.

A couple nights ago I was down at the river and Joel had already packed up and went to the car. I had casted out and was determined to get one more fish. It wasn’t long before I saw a little tapping on my rod. I set the hook and whatever I had on didn’t feel like the little bullhead I had caught earlier. I pulled it up and I knew immediately what I was looking at. I shouted for Joel. It took a few yells before he came running. I didn’t tell him what it was. I didn’t need too. He saw it and jokingly said “$”&) you.” I couldn’t have imagined I would be catching that species that day. I didn’t even have to travel far from home at all. This is why it was so special. I was so excited to find this species in my area. I made sure it swam away strong.

Comments

andy's picture

I love hogsuckers, congrats on getting a cool lifer.

 

 

Dr Flathead's picture

Nice catch!

Dutch's picture

PugaMoooooooooooooooooooo!!!!

Goldenfishberg's picture

Awesome, heck of a lifer there, goth chicks rock, gotta love their black lipstick and hungry disposition!

Ya just Can't catch um from the couch.

Jason E.'s picture

Sweet deal!

Very difficult to catch in Missouri but I caught one on the North fork of the White River on a Pather Mather Black with yellow spots

Carp Chaser's picture

Sweet catch!

"There's always a bigger fish"