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Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: fomer new englander ()
Date: October 26, 2019 01:14AM

I have recently arrived in NoVa, and look forward to living off the land like the rustics here. What's the best way to bag alligators? Shooting? Fishing rod? Nets? I live near Accotink creek, and would like to get some alligator meat.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Be Careful Kids ()
Date: October 26, 2019 07:19AM

Word of warning. I've fished Accotink Creek my whole life and the alligator gar fishing is true a world class experience, especially with a bow. I've taken alligator gars close to 6 feet and upwards go 80lbs in that creek. You wouldn't expect that in 2 feet deep water in a 10 ft wide pool not too far below the dam.

The species of alligator gar in Accotink Creek are unique to that area and they get extremely large - like citation size. But there are certain hunting regulations and seasons which are strictly enforced. I think the local VDFGIF rep's last name is Odenkirk. You should check the state rules on the VDGIF site. But there is nothing to stop you from trying to set a world record right here in Virginia.

Warning: Aligator gear can be very dangerous. Also, accotink creek runs right behind goatfuckerer2's house so don't be surprised if you reel up something really big only to discover this:

;=)
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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: dildo fishing ()
Date: October 26, 2019 09:50AM

WTF? LOLZ

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Parking Attendant ()
Date: October 26, 2019 12:30PM

This why goatfuckefrer2 wanted to meet below the Accotink dam instead of the gray parking garage. So he could beat GGP to death with a giant black dildo.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Gerry’s Gay Protector ()
Date: October 26, 2019 12:35PM

Parking Attendant Wrote:
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> This why goatfuckefrer2 wanted to meet below the
> Accotink dam instead of the gray parking garage.
> So he could beat GGP to death with a giant black
> dildo.

GGP was scared of copperheads, what a total pussy! LMFAO!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Down on copperline ()
Date: October 26, 2019 01:38PM

^in your head 24/7 #EVERYONEis Gerry

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Gerry’s Gay Protector ()
Date: October 26, 2019 02:12PM

Down on copperline Wrote:
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> ^in your head 24/7 #EVERYONEis Gerry

^ speak of the devil! Still afraid of copperheads like a little bitch? Go fuck your goat.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: got a 200 lb catfish once ()
Date: October 26, 2019 03:13PM

They hang around the upper end of Lake Accotink, and come to the surface during thunderstorms for some reason. I use an old loaf of bread as bait. Even on a crappy day, I can usually reel in a sixty pounder, and that is some serious eatin'!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Polluted as Fuck ()
Date: October 26, 2019 05:06PM

got a 200 lb catfish once Wrote:
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> They hang around the upper end of Lake Accotink,
> and come to the surface during thunderstorms for
> some reason. I use an old loaf of bread as bait.
> Even on a crappy day, I can usually reel in a
> sixty pounder, and that is some serious eatin'!

You couldn’t pay me to eat anything out of Accostink! Yuck.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Pohick Creek is better ()
Date: October 26, 2019 05:15PM

sharks have been known to swim several miles up that creek (they are looking for frogs I'm told) and I hooked a seven-footer last summer.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Be Careful ()
Date: October 26, 2019 07:05PM

In the summer of 2017 a lady driving on Fullerton Road seeing the the dorsal fin of a shark swimming up Accotink Creek from behind the Newington Costco. Later that same day there were reports from Greenspring Village residents of a large fish or shark in the creek. Greenspring dismissed the reports as catfish sightings by elderly residents in various stages of dementia.

Bull sharks can live in fresh water and commonly swim up tributaries to breed. They prefer warm, shallow water. Bull sharks are very agressive and adults average 8 ft in length and around 300 lbs. Some experts regard Bull sharks as the most dangerous species of shark due to their unprovoked attacks on humans.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: I recall the bull shark incident ()
Date: October 26, 2019 07:44PM

I also recall that more than one mexican laborer working on road and railroad improvements near the creek simply dissappeared. Conspiracy-minded folks speculated that they were killed off by a greedy employer to who didn't want to pay them, but it is now generally accepted that these poor unfortunates were most likely devoured by sharks.

I never go within ten feet of Accotink or Pohick without a long rifle.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: HamptonRoads ()
Date: October 27, 2019 01:01AM

Sorry, but you won't find any alligators North of Virginia Beach.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Visiting 'Gators ()
Date: October 27, 2019 01:14AM

HamptonRoads Wrote:
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> Sorry, but you won't find any alligators North of
> Virginia Beach.

Not exactly. The breeding populations are not North of Suffolk and Virginia Beach. That doesn't mean a wandering 'gator or two can't make their way up 95 for the occasional summer vacation trip. And with a few years of global warming maybe they will start to expand their habitat.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: bagged one in Occoquan Reservoir ()
Date: October 27, 2019 01:38AM

fucker was nearly 14 feet long

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: they do live in Occoquan ()
Date: November 02, 2019 12:58AM

but by this time of year they're pretty much dormant. I don't know if they tunnel into the ground or what, but I was paddling the reservoir today and didn't see even a hint of alligators. (In July I went out on the water and saw several of them.)

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Fuck the gators ()
Date: November 02, 2019 01:32AM

The electric eels are the ones that you really need to watch out for.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Be careful out there ()
Date: November 02, 2019 02:03AM

The alligators hibernate or go back down to the Tidewater area in winter. Electric eels and bull sharks are a danger year-round. The sharks can't get over the Lake Accotink dam, but during high-water conditions the eels can get through the spillway.

The biggest danger might be African snakeheads. These invasive fish have no natural predators and continue growing their entire lives as long as they have food. Specimens 6 feet long have been recorded. They can live up to 4 days out of water, and can walk on land using their flippers. They will travel several miles overland from one body of water to another in search of prey. Small children playing at Burke Lake and Lake Accotink are particularly at risk. Inattentive joggers and slow-moving elderly people walking on trails around the lake could also fall victim to a school of snakeheads out of water.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Other way round ()
Date: November 02, 2019 02:39AM

Visiting 'Gators Wrote:
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> HamptonRoads Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Sorry, but you won't find any alligators North
> of
> > Virginia Beach.
>
> Not exactly. The breeding populations are not
> North of Suffolk and Virginia Beach. That doesn't
> mean a wandering 'gator or two can't make their
> way up 95 for the occasional summer vacation trip.
> And with a few years of global warming maybe they
> will start to expand their habitat.

Yeah, except global warming is not a thing, and if you see Gators North of dismal swamp, then they got there by accident.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: they took our jobs ()
Date: November 02, 2019 02:41AM

fomer new englander Wrote:
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> I have recently arrived in NoVa, and look forward
> to living off the land like the rustics here.
> What's the best way to bag alligators? Shooting?
> Fishing rod? Nets? I live near Accotink creek, and
> would like to get some alligator meat.


Wher you from, cowboy? Listin here, round these parts ifin you want to ketch a gator you are obliged to rastle it bare handed lest you warnt ta get your ass whooped by the local town folk. We don't take kindly to strangers showing up round here with they fancy fishin poles, wharin shoes and tryin to change our way of life!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Thanks Again ()
Date: November 02, 2019 09:36AM

This has to be one of the best Goatfuckerer2 troll threads in a while. That guy's face with the black dildo's is classic LOL material. Thanks for the bump.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Dismal swamp biologist ()
Date: November 02, 2019 09:50AM

Alligators have actually been spotted in the intercoastal waterways just south of lake Drummond in NC. Like feral hogs and the coyote, alligators are venturing further outside their historic ranges each year. Perhaps in a decade or so VA will really have gators if the global warming keeps up!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Alligators in Tennessee ()
Date: November 02, 2019 11:20AM

They're working their way up the Mississippi River. Wouldn't surprise me if there aren't a few in Virginia Beach, but the winter is still too harsh there for them to thrive. Wilmington NC is really the cut off point, though some wander North and West in the warmer months.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Gators Nipping At Your Toes ()
Date: November 02, 2019 12:09PM

Dismal swamp biologist Wrote:
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> Alligators have actually been spotted in the
> intercoastal waterways just south of lake Drummond
> in NC. Like feral hogs and the coyote, alligators
> are venturing further outside their historic
> ranges each year. Perhaps in a decade or so VA
> will really have gators if the global warming
> keeps up!

Alligators have inhabited southeastern Virginia for centuries. Yes they are really here and arguably always have been. Next summer, take a canoe trip down the Northwest River in Chesapeake and I can almost 100% guarantee you will see the gators and/or their slides. The microclimate in that area is actually a little warmer than it is 15-20 miles south in NC where there is an acknowledged breeding population. If you do plan a canoe expedition, keep it slow and quiet, and pay attention because snapping turtles will make a big splash also.

Wikipedia acknowledges alligators currently in Virginia:
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Wikipedia
American alligators are found in the wild in the Southeastern United States, from the Great Dismal Swamp in Virginia and North Carolina, south to Everglades National Park in Florida, and west to the southern tip of Texas, as well as the northern border region of the Mexican state of Tamaulipas.[41] They are found in parts of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. In 2018, several sightings of animals that had moved north into West Tennessee were confirmed.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_alligator

Alligators are photographed and caught in Virginia fairly regularly but the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries typically dismisses them as escaped pets. The Department treats mountain lion sightings similarly, saying "they were just passing through." It's unclear why state wildlife officials are reluctant to officially acknowledge the alligators, perhaps to avoid additional regulatory burden.

Regardless of whether or not there is a breeding population, there have been alligators in Northern Virginia in Aquia Creek and Accokeek Creek:
https://www.fredericksburg.com/local/it-s-no-croc-gator-found/article_a5a1f689-59b3-519d-b97e-5bf7b8ffa622.html
https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Social-Media-Warns-Stafford-Co-Residents-of-Alligator-318528231.html

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: do we have crocodiles? ()
Date: November 02, 2019 04:03PM

Or is it just alligators that have made their way up the Accotink basin?

Because, crocodile swould be bad news for the bull sharks

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Atlantic salmon coming upstream! ()
Date: November 09, 2019 06:46PM

They get stopped by the Accotink dam, so right below the dam is the ultimate place to catch them. my neighbor reeled in twelve! I'm going there now! (Don't catch all of them, because we need a few to lay eggs.)

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Gator Bill ()
Date: November 09, 2019 08:29PM

It is recommended that you throw back any alligators under 4 feet long so they can continue to reproduce.

There are no crocodiles north of the Gulf Coast. Crocodiles can not tolerate cold weather like alligators can. Alligators have now established themselves in Tennessee but it's illegal to hunt them.

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Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
Recently a seven-foot alligator was videoed by TWRA Region 1 personnel in West Tennessee at the Wolf River WMA in Fayette County. This latest sighting is one of several confirmed sightings of alligators in Southwest Tennessee.

Alligators are naturally expanding their range into Tennessee from the southern border states. TWRA has not stocked any alligators in Tennessee. Alligators expanding into Tennessee is just another species that we must learn to coexist with like many of the other southern states.

Alligators are opportunistic feeders that prey on fish, turtles, snakes, frogs, and waterfowl. Occasionally they will feed on larger animals such as possums, raccoons, and deer.

Alligators can survive Tennessee winters by going into a hibernation-like dormancy called brumation. They can withstand periods of ice by sticking their snout out of the water before it freezes which allows them to continue breathing.

TWRA would like to remind everyone that alligators are a protected species and catching or shooting one is a violation of the law. If you come across one while exploring the outdoors in West TN, leave it alone and enjoy Tennessee’s unique biodiversity.
https://www.tn.gov/twra/wildlife/reptiles/alligators.html

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: alligator snapping turtles ()
Date: November 09, 2019 11:29PM

When they drained Lake Accotink a few years ago, the contractors discovered an alligator snapper that weighed easily 500 pounds, but of course they weren't about to pick it up and go put it on a scale.

A curious workman poked it with a shovel, and the thing whirled around and bit right through the handle. So they left it the hell alone, and it trudged off downstream.

It is presumed to have eventually reentered the lake after it was refilled, as it has not been seen since.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Worse Than We Thought! ()
Date: November 10, 2019 11:15AM

Whatever GF2 released into Accotink have been cross-breeding with various species of dish and alligators and all the toxic chemical run-off and ingested by various species in the food chain including local fisherman.

The results are both incredible and incredibly scary, and have spread throughout the American waterways as far south as Atlanta.

See for yourself:

https://youtu.be/Pu_ZPy5f2ek

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: slant eye ()
Date: November 10, 2019 06:08PM

Accotink has a huge population of snakeheads. The gooks put them in there years ago as a food source. Now, they are the dominant species.
The gooks use hand lines with chicken necks tied to them as bait. Then they sit on the bank like they are taking a shit and chew beetle nuts while waiting for the snakeheads to bite. They sell them to chinese restaurants. If you eat chinese you are eating snakehead.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: chicken ()
Date: November 10, 2019 06:54PM

slant eye Wrote:
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> Accotink has a huge population of snakeheads. The
> gooks put them in there years ago as a food
> source. Now, they are the dominant species.
> The gooks use hand lines with chicken necks tied
> to them as bait. Then they sit on the bank like
> they are taking a shit and chew beetle nuts while
> waiting for the snakeheads to bite. They sell them
> to chinese restaurants. If you eat chinese you are
> eating snakehead.


What if you'd order Chicken

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: bagged a 6-foot tarpon! ()
Date: December 29, 2019 07:00AM

It was making its way up Accotink Creek toward the lake! Got it with a bow!

Evidently higher ocean temperatures are driving these fish up our cold streams....

Right before dawn, best time to get them! Time to fire up the fish smoker...

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Tarpon Soup ()
Date: December 29, 2019 08:21AM

bagged a 6-foot tarpon! Wrote:
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> It was making its way up Accotink Creek toward the
> lake! Got it with a bow!
>
> Evidently higher ocean temperatures are driving
> these fish up our cold streams....
>
> Right before dawn, best time to get them! Time to
> fire up the fish smoker...

So, you eat shit, too?

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Too Damn Funny! ()
Date: December 29, 2019 09:05AM

Thanks for the bump. This level of expert trolling made me laugh again. He still burnin!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: ice fishing on Lake Accotink ()
Date: January 11, 2020 03:52PM

Got 15 perch today! Frying them up for dinner!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: He Still Burnin ()
Date: January 11, 2020 09:45PM

Thanks for the bump iceman. That picture made me LOL again.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: gonna ice up again! ()
Date: January 19, 2020 04:02AM

These cold nights are gonna do it! I don't know why, but perch tastes so much better when caught through a hole in the ice!


Wish the lake didn't keep thawing otu every couple of weeks though - it would be nice to put up a fishing shack right on the lake.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: antelope hunting in P. William ()
Date: January 19, 2020 08:34PM

I have it on good authority that pronghorn antelope have migrated into the more rural parts of Prince William County, but I went out hunting yesterday and never saw a damn thing.

I had previously contacted the VA Dept of Fish and Game for some information and hunting tips, but they didn't even seem to know wtf I was talking about. I do wish they would try to stay a litte bit better informed. They shold have a basic awareness of the state fauna.

Where have the rest of you had the best luck hunting antelope in this state?

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: what's the bag limit on coyote? ()
Date: February 17, 2020 07:46PM

I'd like to make some sausage from local fauna I've hunted, and figure I could harvest a lot of coyotes without anyone giving a shit because they're just considered a nuisance anyhow.

They start getting scrawny toward the end of winter, so if I want to bag a few, it's imperative that I go get my share now. (They still have ~15 pounds of meat per head at this time of year.)

I just want to make sure I'm not gonna get hassled by the county and the state if I go shoot a dozen or so. I may just have to find some private land owner who doesn't like coyotes and is happy to let me bag them regardless of the law, since VA, Fairfax, PW, and Loudon Cos are all so fucking meddlesome.)

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: planting wild rice ()
Date: February 17, 2020 11:09PM

I have been strewing wild rice around the shores of Burke Lake - stuff grows pretty well here and brings in more ducks during hunting season. The rice itself is harvestable in late summer, assuming the ducks don't eat it all.

I'm setting up a few patches in other places too, such as Lake Barcroft, the Occoquan reservoir, and Pohick Bay.

By 2025, my goal is to completely feed myself with food I have hunted, foraged, or grown myself.

I am planting persimmon trees around Accotink Creek, and have stocked one of its feeder streams with catadromous eels.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Mary Jane Rottinkrotch ()
Date: February 18, 2020 12:07AM

For my Eagle Scout project I am restocking the open meadowlands along Accotink Creek with native species of sativa and indica for the local wildlife. It helps activate cognitive skills during the day and with nocturnal deep rem sleep cycles at night. The new lush green spaces will provide joy to many generations of future wildlife enthusiasts who enjoy the great outdoors.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Mary's Scoutmaster ()
Date: February 18, 2020 01:46PM

I can attest to her living up to the family name.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: anyone ever catch squid? ()
Date: February 18, 2020 08:16PM

Sometimes they get disoriented and swim fairly far up Pohick creek.

I have a friend in the Orange Hunt neighborhood who catches them and eats them w/ fries.

Has anyone else had any luck squidding?

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: freshwater mussels from Pohick! ()
Date: March 01, 2020 07:31PM

Just harvested a big bucketful!

Steam for five minutes, and serve with clarified butter and cocktail sauce!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: watch out for gators ()
Date: March 02, 2020 09:35AM

The alligator will become more active in the coming weeks as spring arrives. Be on the lookout if you are doing any fishing near the shoreline.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: even in winter ()
Date: March 02, 2020 09:58PM

those fuckers can come out of dormancy and get a little peckish

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: dug up some truffles today! ()
Date: March 06, 2020 06:25PM

About fifty pounds of them! Low grade, but still worth About $10,000 at the grocery store!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: French Pig ()
Date: March 06, 2020 08:00PM

Monsieur - those are black truffles. They are unique to the GF2 Accotink region.
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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Horny illegals ()
Date: March 07, 2020 05:40AM

I recall the bull shark incident Wrote:
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> I also recall that more than one mexican laborer
> working on road and railroad improvements near the
> creek simply dissappeared.

If that really happened, many dogs would’ve gotten pregnant!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Kay Nein ()
Date: March 07, 2020 06:12AM

According to his Grinder profile, in the tribal region of Accotink where GF2's trailer is mounted to the side of an apartment building, service dogs are considered a sexual delicacy.
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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Gay for Goatfuckerer2 ()
Date: March 07, 2020 12:53PM

Kay Nein Wrote:
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> According to his Grinder profile, in the tribal
> region of Accotink where GF2's trailer is mounted
> to the side of an apartment building, service dogs
> are considered a sexual delicacy.

Really clever and funny. Why don’t you ask him to let you suck his dick already weirdo.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: CH ()
Date: March 07, 2020 12:56PM

This thread has run its course.
Some retard with staged pic with black dildos, enough already.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Adam1111R ()
Date: March 15, 2020 05:34AM

You want to fish the Alligator, WOW!!! I think you must buy good fishing equipment for this because it is very hard to catch them. I don't like this type of fish because I am afraid of alligators and I am an ice fishing enthusiast, practicing it for 10 years. All this time I understood that with qualitative equipage like a shimano antares baitcasting reel, daiwa rods, and many other tools I can catch everything. I have been using it for several months and it has never let me down.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/15/2020 05:28PM by Adam1111R.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: Hmmmmmm ()
Date: March 15, 2020 09:01AM

got a 200 lb catfish once Wrote:
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> They hang around the upper end of Lake Accotink,
> and come to the surface during thunderstorms for
> some reason. I use an old loaf of bread as bait.
> Even on a crappy day, I can usually reel in a
> sixty pounder, and that is some serious eatin'!

Are you referring to niggers loitering at the park?
Use watermelon flavored now & later candy as bait!
Catch one EVERY TIME!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: caught 40 crayfish today! ()
Date: May 22, 2020 09:04PM

Threw a couple of traps into Lake Accotink this AM before work, then recovered them this eve.

Gonna steam them and dip in butter or cocktail sauce!

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: catching alligators tomorrow! ()
Date: May 22, 2020 10:28PM

Was at Lake Accotink this afternoon and saw a couple alligator slides. Think I will head over in the morning and catch a couple. Gonna dice up the tails dip in batter and deep fry them.

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: serious queiton ()
Date: May 22, 2020 10:37PM

Is there a minimum length that alligators must be in order to keep them?

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Re: Alligator fishing in Accotink Creek
Posted by: no minimum length! ()
Date: May 23, 2020 08:43PM

They're considred pests, like snakehead fish, so it is considered a public service to take gators of ANY size. Now, just as a matter of principal, I like to leave the little ones to grow bigger; it seems inefficient to kill them when they're so small.

Also, eating the little ones is a lot of work very little food. Although I do know a gal who is a better cook by far than I am who pickles bony fish, frogs, small alligators, things like that. You just eat them whole with cocktail sauce or sour cream. Delicious!

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