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Softshell Turtle: Harpeth River

Current Rating: 3.76 with 926 votes  Email Photo   
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Date Caught: July 23
Location: Harpeth River
State: Tennessee
Fish: Softshell Turtle
Photo Description: Caught with a shiner. It had been caught almost a week earlier and this was the second time. It was released with two Eagle Claw hooks in its mouth - do turtles ever learn not to eat certain things?
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Just_me | Posted: July 16, 2009

You "can hold them" by the neck and remove the hooks without harm to the turtle if you do it quickly...I've caught several and snappers and removed every hook, its only fair to the turtle, so its a dirty shame it had to suffer having those 2 hooks LEFT IN IT'S MOUTH andddddd obviously hungry....???????

s.gates | Posted: January 10, 2007

leaving the hooks in this turtle was sick.

James | Posted: September 26, 2006

Yea, I Caught One A Couple Of Weeks Ago And He's Still Around But Does Not Bite Again.

Catman | Posted: August 25, 2006

I don't think I could get the hook out without tearing its mouth.

jbk | Posted: August 22, 2006

glad you released the turtle. you need to invest in a set of long needle nose pliers so you can get the hooks out next time.

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