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    Default It's the mother of all sea lice!

    It's the mother of all sea lice! Maybe this is what jacked up one of my pots last year!

    http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/...hs/?test=faces

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    Default Isopod

    Looks like the Isopods we have at our seawater treatment plant on the slope. We find them in the seawater intake bays. The ones up here are no longer than 1"-1.5"in length.
    Wonder what the limit is on these things?
    How would you cook it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kasilofchrisn View Post
    How would you cook it?
    At YOUR house, in YOUR pot, and I'd watch YOU eat it...
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    Boil it and dip it in butter... look at all those legs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtofak View Post
    Boil it and dip it in butter... look at all those legs!
    I will be more than happy to try it... after you. I am sure the legs are full of good meat but I aint going first.. Its strange looking but I am sure the first crabs to the first fishermen were strange to them too..Who knows they could be the next delicasy

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    Default Butter

    And cold beer
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    So how much does 9000 feet of line cost again?

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    Default Butter and beer?

    Quote Originally Posted by motorboatn View Post
    And cold beer
    Maybe butter and three shots of strong liquor.

    That beast looks like something out of Men In Black.

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    Looks like a bed bug to me.

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    pretty amazing creature i think...wonder if anything preys on them? do you think they are a part of the food chain?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunt&FishAK View Post
    pretty amazing creature i think...wonder if anything preys on them? do you think they are a part of the food chain?
    That is one big piece of bait. But big bait catches big fish and 9thousand feet of line out you may need a partner and a real about as big as a 50 gal drum to hold all that line.

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    Here's the pic of it for anyone that can't follow the link.


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    And a few more. Strange things we have down there in the deep...




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    Anything tastes good deep fried in a beer batter dosn't it?

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    haha hey Fly Guy think you can tie us up a few of those?



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