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Man set to solve Iliamna Lake Monster mystery

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freetoroam

Jereny Wade has already been there.

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After hearing an eyewitness' encounter, Jeremy is able to determine the identity of the culprit: a white sturgeon.

https://rivermonsters.fandom.com/wiki/Alaskan_Horror

So if this guy can find anything else, tell us then.

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Jon the frog
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In big northern lake it could be a sturgeon... and some are huge and they look strange for a fish. In the BC you can go catch these monster !

https://www.rivermonsterfishing.ca/

 

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the13bats

about 25 years back to relax i went fishing daily in the late afternoon until after dark when it was cooler, and i thought i knew most of the fish in these waters, in central Florida there are so many non native species from people dumping their fish tanks into a lake,

so one day it was sprinkling on and off very humind and i was wading in about foot deep, i knew there were gators in this lake but i was in the open, my mind drifted, just dreamy enjoying myself.

then a get bumped on the leg hard by a huge nasty looking prehistoric monster, it basically looked like a cross between a sturgeon and plecostomus about 4ft, it got as scared as i did and took off,

im not sure what it was but its some known species or a hybrid, like the peacock bass.

the Alaska guy just might find some cool creatures maybe get lucky and find one still unknown....but a "beast" lets wait and see.

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justin3651
4 hours ago, freetoroam said:

Jereny Wade has already been there.

So if this guy can find anything else, tell us then.

As did the hillstrand brothers from the time bandit formerly on the show "deadliest catch",

https://bigfootevidence.blogspot.com/2011/07/first-review-of-alaskan-monster-hunt.html

 "Then they spot something big and white (15' long?) in the water; so they fish for it, apparently hook it, and... the line breaks. Just another one that got away. What's left to do but throw a tantrum, toss dynamite in the water, and shoot the lake with automatic weapons" 

Apparently it's dynamite proof so I'd be careful....

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the13bats

dynamite fishing....i saw a fellow using those sinking m80 looking firecrackers trying to stun nile perch, it wasnt working but the way you felt the muffled boom through the ground and the flash underwater was way cool.

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Torviking

Can you people stop using fire arms to catch fish? This is ridiculous. Get a grip!

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Tatetopa
7 hours ago, the13bats said:

dynamite fishing....i saw a fellow using those sinking m80 looking firecrackers trying to stun nile perch, it wasnt working but the way you felt the muffled boom through the ground and the flash underwater was way cool.

Loggers I used to know called those "DuPont Spinners"    Quarter sticks used for stump blowing sometimes helped a hungry logger out to feed his family.  Not sportsmanlike, but effective on trout.

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the13bats
16 minutes ago, Tatetopa said:

Loggers I used to know called those "DuPont Spinners"    Quarter sticks used for stump blowing sometimes helped a hungry logger out to feed his family.  Not sportsmanlike, but effective on trout.

i fished only for fun, catch and release and would get many catfish in the 5lbs - 10lbs range and there were guys at the lake who would be casting nets ( no license required )  to as you say feed the family and they would ask if they could have fish i caught i never turned them down.

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freetoroam
On 17/05/2019 at 6:05 PM, justin3651 said:

As did the hillstrand brothers from the time bandit formerly on the show "deadliest catch",

https://bigfootevidence.blogspot.com/2011/07/first-review-of-alaskan-monster-hunt.html

 "Then they spot something big and white (15' long?) in the water; so they fish for it, apparently hook it, and... the line breaks. Just another one that got away. What's left to do but throw a tantrum, toss dynamite in the water, and shoot the lake with automatic weapons" 

Apparently it's dynamite proof so I'd be careful....

? Nahhhh, surely i have mistaken this. They did not toss dynamite in and shiot the lake? 

Please tell me this is not true.

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I am more than slightly disturbed when brother Andy declares, "Time to go kill a sea monster!"

https://bigfootevidence.blogspot.com/2011/07/first-review-of-alaskan-monster-hunt.html?m=1

Surely this was purely for 'entertainment' purposes and they did not intend to do any of the above?

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Podo

Good for him. If it's some kind of huge sleeper shark, that'd be really interesting. It'd be interesting if it was a sturgeon, as well, because sturgeon don't live that far north. If it was a sturgeon, it'd be the most northern population ever.

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