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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne

Yeah I think young mangroves are very dark


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34venture
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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
I don't think that is a mangrove.


Kcrad
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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
Looks like a mangrove to me.


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Half the thread says mangrove, the other half doesn't


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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
Did the OP say he ate it? If it's a mangrove it would be tasty. A pinfish... I'm not so sure. Also, a totally different bone structure between the two.


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Did the OP say he ate it?
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(Posted on 9/28/13 at 2:08 pm to TigerTatorTots)
Uhhh, I'm the OP


No, it was too small


Kcrad
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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
There's a size limit for Mangroves, if it was one.


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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
Not a mangrove

It's a species of pin fish and they will eat. They are bony though.

I used to catch mangroves by the bridge over the mrgo on the rocks on the reg though


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Carson123987
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nice!


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ShubutaMS
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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
Is it a mangrove or not? If it is then I need to go get a line wet.


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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
Half the board said yes, the other half no.

I don't know what to believe


KingRanch
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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
That's a pigfish


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Icansee4miles
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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
Look at the picture in the link I posted. Grunt.


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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
not a mangrove


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wiltznucs
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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
Not a mangrove snapper in the pic, it's a pigfish...


Fishhead
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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
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Yeah, that is a pinfish
no


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Not a mangrove snapper in the pic, it's a pigfish...


^^^This.


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LSUMurse
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re: Mangrove Snapper in Lake Borgne
Re: the post with the two pictures above, look at the structure of the gill plates, they're different. I don't know if they change as the fish matures, but they don't look the same to me.


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Jango Fett
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Congrats on the good finishes. I don't believe that's a mangrove though.


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