1. Sam Rubenstein 0
      20” 2.7 lbs
    2. Sam Rubenstein 0
      cabelas small green/white tube jig.
    3. Jonathan Thurman 0
      what did you catch it on?
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  1. Details: Tippecanoe River

  2. Red Snapper with a sardines

    1. Thomas Conner 0
      I'm comming down from ohio for a few weeks in may to gulf shores, im looking for catfish as my target species. Any help would be great thanks.
    2. Sam Rubenstein 0
      the snapper were caught in the gulf many miles offshore. the app defaulted to lake Shelby even though I moved the pointer out into the gulf.
    3. Lauren Greenlee 0
      Hey man! Can you confirm these snappers were caught in Lake Shelby? Here’s why I ask...I had a huge one on earlier this evening - I was fishing from in the water ...more but it damaged my hook so badly it got off just as I had it in my grasp. I am almost certain it was a Red Snapper but with Lake Shelby being home to many freshwater and only a few saltwater fish, I’m now beginning to doubt my original thoughts! I’m almost certain it was a snapper, and not a redfish. Anyway if you caught these in the actual Lake, I’d love to know!! Thanks so much! ~ lauren
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  3. 5 lb. 2 oz. 25 in. Red Snapper with a sardines

  4. 2 lb. 21 in. Spanish Mackerel with a Cotton Cordell CC Spoon

  5. Grass Carp with a Rapala Original Floaters

    1. Gavin Groves 0
      nice channel cat👍🎣
  6. Caught 5 walleye and a mixed bag of bass and crappie.

    1 lb. 8 oz. 18 in. Walleye with a rooster tail

    1. Sam Rubenstein 0
      try white spinners. that seems to catch the most fish.
    2. Griffin Lenz 0
      Sam I appreciate your info. tried last night around dusk and caught a handful of crappie but no walleye!
    3. Sam Rubenstein 0
      catching walleyes near 56th street on spinners.
    4. Griffin Lenz 0
      any suggestions for the walleye? might try to get a few bites tonight before the storms later this week
    5. Griffin Lenz 0
      catching walleye from the shore?
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  7. River Drum caught on jig.