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Pictures Ben Cantrell Sebastes auriculatus (Brown rockfish )

picture properties:
year taken :2017
country :USA
notes :
Sebastes auriculatus (fb)

© Ben Cantrell
10-09-2017 18:37:37
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10-09-2017 20:48:38
Pascal Pépé Sjamajee Rommelaere says : The sebastes sagga continues 😉
You go hard for the moment.
10-09-2017 21:54:44
Ton Nientied says : For sure these rockfishes don‘t come from 500 feet down. More rockfishes to come? Good job!
11-09-2017 15:44:44
Ben Cantrell says : Good eye Ton, that lure could not have been used for fishing deep waters. These 4 species were from 40 to 100 feet. I‘ll stop catching rockfish for now, but someday I‘ll visit northern California or Washington or Oregon and catch a whole new set of rockfish, haha.





 
2018:
# name species
1 Ton Nientied 170
2 Theo Modder 116
3 Pieter Beelen 85
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all times:
# name species
1 Theo Modder 706
2 Miciah McNelius 583
3 Ton Nientied 579
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unique species:
# name species
1 Sebastian van Koningshoven 115
2 Ben Cantrell 90
3 Mikhail Skopets 77
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caught on fly:
# name species
1 Michael Lee Berg 111
2 Remko Verspui 109
3 Mikhail Skopets 108
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stats:
254 registered species hunters.
3005  species.
24 non recognized species.
17 hybrids.
388  fly caught.
575 species on target lists.
159 pictures of zwoonzels.