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Zero
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northern Connecticut

Monday's catch: White Sucker. Two of them. About 14 or 15 inches. Good fight, getting them in. Of course, they went straight back into the pond. (How about some TROUT, though?) Mine were caught in northern Connecticut. Freshwater Pond has been stocked for the Spring by Connecticut DEEP with Brown Trout. In the summer, the Channel Catfish will go in. http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/species-especes/profiles-profils/white-sucker-m...

Dr Flathead
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I'd be all about seeing how

I'd be all about seeing how big a sucker I could get from that pond. And maybe keeping a few for the grinder. Mmmmmm, thinking about tasty sucker balls already...

Zero
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grinder

Hello. I'm not so adventurous. :)

"I like my cigar, too, but sometimes I take it out."
---Groucho Marx.

Tyler W
You will be....

Zero, 

Welcome to Roughfish.com! 

But, I have to agree with the good Doctor! And, once you try fried sucker patties (or balls) you won't look back. It is basically a crab cake but it is made from fish and not giant sea bugs. 

 

Although, you won't get any push back for eating stocker brown trout around here. Filthy invasive species... they should be eaten. 

 

Tight lines! 

Zero
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Hello, thanks for the greeting.

Oops, nothing here. laugh

"I like my cigar, too, but sometimes I take it out."
---Groucho Marx.