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Saltwater Fish ID Needed #7870925 06/15/20 04:31 PM
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My son caught both of these weirdos this morning while we were fishing for baitfish.



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Originally Posted by KRoyal
Haha yea I polished that thing for hours.
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No clue but neat looking fish. Saltwater is awesome


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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
No clue but neat looking fish. Saltwater is awesome

I second this comment.


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It is a Blenny . There are a few different types , but it does not really matter . My first guess would be a hairy Blenny .

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Originally Posted by diablodog
It is a Blenny . There are a few different types , but it does not really matter . My first guess would be a hairy Blenny .


This.


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Extremely poisonous. Make sure you wash your hand before you touch your frank and beans, otherwise they might fall off!

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No idea. But cool looking

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Top one is a stretch jaw blenny. Second one a little harder to identify but it looks like a largemouth Blenny.

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