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Old 09-19-2004, 10:42 AM   #1
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rock quarry pictures

took some pics at a local rock quarry here in central alabama. cant spearfish in this particular quarry but the vis is about the same in all of them ive been in.
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qurry pics

my girlfriend starting a feeding frenzy
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wish you could get this close to the ones i hunt in other quarrys!
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Old 09-19-2004, 11:27 AM   #5
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how do the catfish do in your quarries? I've thought about putting some in a local quarry near my house.
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they seem to do fine. i spear in a clay pit that i know was stocked several years ago and they have flourished. all the quarrys around here seem to have a healthy population of cats and bass and bream and they have never been stocked that i know of.
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Old 09-21-2004, 06:21 PM   #7
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how hard is it to spearfish in fresh water?
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around here, central alabama, the only place with decent vis are rock quarrys. no spear fishing pressure in the ones i frequent so the fish are not too skiddish. i like the quarrys cause it takes a lot to cloud em up . i went right after the hurricane and the vis was still about 10 feet.
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Re: rock quarry pictures

Shane- I know it's an old thread but I was trying to find a rock quarry where I could spear some fish. If you know of any you wouldn't mind me knowing about I'd appreciate it!
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Re: rock quarry pictures

What about noodling them? I imagine some hog dog pieces would work well to bring them in and stick your thumb in their mouths to grab a hold of them. I imagine those clean water catfish would taste pretty good.
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Re: rock quarry pictures

Need some catfish nuggets and hushpuppy pics.Cant spear ANYTHING in our lakes.
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Old 07-08-2016, 11:57 PM   #12
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Re: rock quarry pictures

I was catching bait in a narrow canal in order to go fishing. I caught a sorry saltwater catfish in my net along w/ some other bait. By the time I got that fish out my net he dropped about 20 whole sea grapes out of his mouth. Hell, I almost had enough to make some jam. Sea grape jam rocks.
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That quarry has awesome vis for freshwater,the ones down here rarely have vis over 20 feet.Never tried sea grapes,but I am going to harvest some soon.
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