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Old 07-21-2013, 12:47 PM
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Default Re: Shad CAM

I've been watching that shad cam for many years when the shad are running. Late night seems to be the best time. Some very interesting fish moving thru there then! When I was tying flies commercially, which I gave up about 10 years ago, I often sat & tied late at night, so would watch the cam as I tied.

As near as I can recall, I've seen both American & Hickory shad, gizzard shad, bullhead catfish, channel cats, lampreys & American eels, White & Yellow perch, Crappies, some small LM bass, Striped Bass, and a few other catfish that I'm not positive about the exact species.

Very cool to watch!
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