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    Default 20 mile hooligan

    No one is responded to my post under the other thread so I thought I would ask in a seperate, new thread. Is anyone getting hooligan at 20 mile river???

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    I don't know if they are getting any or not. I can tell you until this last weekend I have never seen so many cars parked along the highway. Maybe they are all to tired and sore to type because of the workout those hooligan have been giving them

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    Yah, when I was fighting my way through the boat launch there were a few people scooping up the hoolies. PLEASE don't block the boat launch.

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    Default Yes - the hooligan are in

    I've never done it myself, but my fishing buddy went down to twentymile yesterday and had a bucketfull in just over an hour. He said the guy next to him filled four buckets in two hours.

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    I went by there last night at about the tide turn and there were at least 50 cars on the side of the highway. People looked busy but we didn't stop.

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    my family and i went there 24th around 12:30 pm...and we got at least 5 bucket full within 2 hours...it was a good run considering we were not going to get any....

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    Might be a dumb ? but what is a hooligan?

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    A smelt that taste like halibut Ok, ok that is only if you use it as bait.

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    Thanks, but smelt are actually good to eat!

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    So are hooligan! We polished off about 40 of them for dinner last week, the kids LOVE them. Coat them with flour and lemon pepper then fry hot in 1/4" of oil. They make a great meal!
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    Definitely in; the girlfriends mom got 50 gallons today. Never tried em' so I'm kinda hesitant to go down and harvest many.

    Jon

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    So how long does the run normally last?

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    Went down there on last Sun and it was slow and I mean slow

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