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I don't eat them. My neighbors do. I didn't know that. I know redfish and yellow perch have worms. Not really worms. they are parasites. We only eat white perch filet. When we lived in FL. we only ate flounder and a trout now and then. Thanks!Andy are you aware crappies have worms under their skin. Maybe eating too much.not good
Sea trout do have worms. I never told my wife. That was one of the fish we eat once in a while. View attachment 39690 View attachment 39698 View attachment 39706 This is my best fishing friend NY Richard. Yep, they have worms.Speckled SEA trout ?? I've eaten quite a few and almost always skin them but have never found worms ??
X2 on this post. I only use weighted bobbers in winter, or cold water in spring. Those crappie were caught in Oct. so I probably did use a bobber for them.I rarely use a bobber but I do in certain conditions like. Too windy and bobber helps jig stay in strike zone longer like last week in Rock Hall catfish spot. Or I know fish are holding at a certain depth and bobber makes it easier. Sometimes need a bobber for casting distance cuz can't reach without. Sometimes winter fishing when fish not chasing and you really have to tease them other than that just jigs for me