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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt Nemo View Post
    Hay Muttley you mite want to go look in side your boat dude!!!! if that Pretty Penny aluminum thing on M float is yours, it looks like you have had a few bird's living in it all winter!!!! all say no more!! and no I was not looking in a side window!! you can see from the dock walking by.
    Yeah, thanks for the heads up. I'm aware of that. Can't wait to deal with it! LOL!!! (I sent you a PM, too).
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    ya didn't look to bad. just thought I would let you know!! I would want some one to let me know. They still don't have the water on yet! I herd a vicious rumor that it will not be on till Memorial Day!!

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    Pacific Staghorn Sculpin (Leptocottus armatus) are often caught in shallow bays and the tidal portions of KP rivers and are often called "bullhead".
    Mmmmmmm . . . Staghorn . . .


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    I've never given it much thought, but I wonder if the small fish that you sometimes find in your shrimp pots are part of the sculpin family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul H View Post
    I've never given it much thought, but I wonder if the small fish that you sometimes find in your shrimp pots are part of the sculpin family.
    You're probably right Paul. Often not much more than a skeleton, so who know's what flavor of sculpin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul H View Post
    I've never given it much thought, but I wonder if the small fish that you sometimes find in your shrimp pots are part of the sculpin family.
    Could be. Snailfish of several species are likely candidiates as well.
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