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« Reply #20 on: May 11, 2019, 03:29:49 PM »

Sounds like a plan. The inmates can eat all the PCB's  & mercury they want . Good way to do a  study on life expectancy from eating Blue Catfish from the Potomac River. Could be a savings to tax payers.







 laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh  That's something to think about.

 Sounds like it's more then correctional institutions though.  

"State institutions including correctional facilities, higher education institutions, hospitals, public schools, etc. will be able to purchase cases of blue catfish directly from Maryland Correctional Enterprises (MCE)a program within the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DCPCS) that aims to provide structured employment and training to offenders in order to improve future employability and reduce recidivism."
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« Reply #21 on: May 12, 2019, 09:10:46 PM »

Snake head has nice and firm white flaky meat. l cooked them for my patrons in restaurant and most people can't tell the difference between snake head to rock and white perch after its cooked. Most people  don't  want to eat them because its ugly fish if snake head was good looking like rocks we might have depleted  them already.








 Anglers announcing a snakehead tournament.  Making money catching the biggest, let's see how that turns out.

We are having a Monster Snakehead Hunt tournament which begins Memorial Day, May 27th and runs through the summer up to Labor Day when the winner will be announced. The only thing that matters? Size. The largest snakehead will win the prize money collected plus we are mounting their snakehead in our shop with their details on a plaque, forever
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« Reply #22 on: May 21, 2019, 11:15:54 AM »

Here is what DNREC says about snakeheads in Delaware.

 INVASIVE: Please do not return to water. Immediately kill and contact Fish and Wildlife at 302-739-9914.

I think that is more for the ones that are getting into ponds and eating everything.
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« Reply #23 on: May 21, 2019, 02:18:28 PM »

If you want some of the BIGGEST catfish come just East of Richmond [on the James river], 60lbs are not uncommon... Just remember they are around the old Honeywell plant that released Kepone/PBC's/etc... Would NOT recommend eating the BIGGINS. Oh and leave the 12ft Sturgons alone. Shocked
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