A photo of NiKo D.'s catch

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NiKo D.
5/21/2018 11:02:37 PM

just saw something moving under the mesquite bushes. very cool little desert horned toad.

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6 in. in.

Catch Conditions

S at 15mph


    1. john stimson 0
      Have not seen one in a long time thanks for shareing
    2. George Horvath 0
      That's amazing. Never saw anything like that in NJ.
    3. Derek Stitt 0
      Very cool, never saw one of those..
    4. Kenneth Olivo 0
      That's cool I've never seen a lizard like that
    5. BTW we all post some non-fish stuff from time to time :) Part of being a "Fishidy" lets people know you're more than a passionate fisherman or fishergal ...more :) LOL And, let's us all know that you think like us about other things in the right ratio >>>> Fishing 99% of the time Other things 1% of the time LOL LOL LOL
    6. That's neat :) Glad it was that and not a rattlesnake YIKES LOL
    7. NiKo D. 0
      there common yet can be elusive. they are not toads either, rather chubby lizards named by their round bloated defense. ive only ever actually seen a few in my ...more 20yrs in NM peraonally, but this one seems very chill. brought her home since its flood season and ill release her into an old chicken coop to desimate some insects.
    8. NiKo D. 0
      thanx Capt! I'm glad no one has been crappy about me posting something non-fish! just waved to share a little desert wildlife with everyone.
    9. Capt Morris Campbell 0
    10. NiKo D. 0
      only the horns on the back of its head are sharp or hardened, prolly attached to its skull. everything on the side is rather soft. softer than most fish with spines!
    11. Kenneth Olivo 0
      Are there horns sharp?
    12. Kenneth Olivo 0
    13. Linda Barber 0
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