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Freshwater Drum: St. Mary's River off Neebish Island

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Date Caught: August 13, 2006
Location: St. Mary's River off Neebish Island
State: Michigan
Fish: Freshwater Drum
Photo Description: Caught this 14-1/2 pound, 33 inch long beauty on a bright and dark green lure, around 7 p.m. from a bass boat. I thought I had a snag, and we backed up so I could get it free, but as we got closer, the line was going from side to side of the boat! Finally saw it and brought it in for netting. It was the biggest fish caught by our party that week at the fishing resort and certainly the largest freshwater fish I've ever caught! I'm going to try making chowder or poor man's lobster with the "meat."
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hiawatha100 | Posted: June 13, 2008

Nice drum. I haven't herd of a chowder, from drum, but sounds good. I have not eaten any of the bigger drums. I like the smaller 2-4 pounder's. Pan fried, with batter in corn oil, or canola. They also taste good breaded, and baked. Patrick

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