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Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 3:57 pm

Dear RWFF Members:

This is your new home for new fish and other fish development ideas. Please only make post here relating to the above mentioned subject. Thank you for your cooperation. :P

Looking forward to seeing some new fish creations and ideas soon.

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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:03 pm

Hey guys,

In talking w/ Stanley, Bob, and a few others I thought it to be a good idea to start a thread here with fish species we'd like to see added to the mix. Personally, I'm going to keep editing my post here as to not make 300 dfferent posts in this thread myself LOL! As we all know, creating fish species takes time, so should any of our master fish creators take these suggestions on, there is no major hurry. Ok, I'll start. Add in what you guys would like to see!

Tiger muskellunge (tiger muskie)
can also have Jumping variety

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Tiger Muskie Info

Blue Pike, Walleye variant, RARE FISH

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The color difference between a walleye and blue pike:

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Pumpkinseed Sunfish (can't believe these little guys are missing, considering how common they are!)

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My own personal pic:

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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:04 pm

Hi Chuck:

You mean something like this one?? :lol:

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I did this fish a long time ago but again it was never used in an outing that I know of. I will have to dig deep into my old computer and find the Tiger Muskie files.

No, we don't have the Blue Pike yet. If we did you would probably faint! :lol: :lol:

Keep the good suggestions coming. Also we need to come up with sites that houses these rare fish too!

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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:05 pm

NICE!! Gotta find them tigers bud!! One little thing though about your model. The bottom picture is more of what a toger muskie looks like, with deep striping and more reddish fins. You might say a tiger muskie is almost a light green/yellow and white with dark green to black stripes and reddish fins. I'll try to find a better pic for ya, buddy.
Well, at the moment the only rare species is the blue pike, and those can be added anywhere we put walleye, but only like one just to show that they are rare.
Tiger muskies and pumpkinseeds, well pumpkinseeds are found all over the place, seemingly in every waterway around here in the Northeast. Tiger Muskies, we have a great population of them in Bear Lake, Chatauqua Lake, the upper Niagara River and Lake Erie, to name a few. Basically, tigers can be found where both muskies and northern pike are available and inhabit the same waters, as tigers are hybrids between the two. Bear Lake has a very large population of tiger muskies. I personally love fishing there. ;)
Ok, more ideas needed!! Are there any species you'd personally like to have and create, Stanley? I wish I knew more about the aquatic life over in Asia and its surroundings. Maybe that's something you can help with? ;)
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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby wyldechylde77 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 5:25 pm

Good move, Stanley.

I also copied this from the other thread and moved it here:

Got some more here 8)

Bigmouth Buffalo
These guys get HUGE. They rival carp in toughness for sure

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Smallmouth Buffalo

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Speckled Peacock Bass

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Ling Cod

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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 6:45 pm

Hi Chuck and Everyone:

Something special for Chuck and our future outings. All we need now is a nice outing to give this fish a home. :lol:

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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 6:47 pm

Hi Chuck and Barns:

Darn it, I was going to bed but the word "Buffalo" kept ringing in my head. I had to go outside and take a look at my fish pond (Barns, you know I have one of those, hehe) and guess what I found. A Buffalo fish! Chuck will be floored again! :lol: The fish was built and not finished yet but here it is.



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Don't laugh too hard, Uncle Barns, you might be summoned to duty when the going gets hot and heavy. This guy Chuck has lots of great ideas and I am delighted with that! You built some nice fish in the past and I am sure you still remember how to do it! :lol:

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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:12 pm

Hi There:

Chuck and I have been kicking some ideas around and I decided to build a new male Sockeye Salmon in full spawning colors for some of the new outings. This awesome fish grows to 33 inches maximum and might weight as much as 15 lbs. This fish is a great fighter (just look at that face!) when hooked in a shallow spawning stream. I hope soon you will be able to put your sharp hooks into one of these:

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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby wyldechylde77 » Mon Jan 28, 2013 8:20 pm

Hahahaha...damn, cat's out of the bag, Stanley! We'll just say there is something brewing that involves this new Sockeye. Something that I really think you guys will love. All in due time though.... 8)
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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby Barns » Thu Jan 31, 2013 8:52 pm

Hi Chuck

Needed a bit of practice so here is another of your fish of list. Will give Stanley a help.



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Hope you like.

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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby wyldechylde77 » Thu Jan 31, 2013 11:04 pm

Looks great Barns! The lil old Pumpkinseed. Just as annoying as bluegills when you are bass fishing LOL. I'll tell you though, quite honestly, for such little guys they are scrappers. They'll give ya a pretty good fight on ultra-light tackle.

I do have some more ideas for species here, just been rather busy with Project X. I'll add more ideas as soon as I can. Does anyone else have any species ideas?
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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby FlyManJoe » Thu Jan 31, 2013 11:34 pm

Hi Chuck, I'd be happy to contribute to the species ideas a few I have thought of are the Yamame trout a common fish found in the streams of japan, Iwana trout and ayu (sweet fish) also found in japan. and smaller bait fish species like lake chub and common shiners.
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Ayu (sweet fish)
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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby wyldechylde77 » Fri Feb 01, 2013 1:11 am

That's what I'm talkin about, Joe!! I LOVE the Yamame Trout!! That one has my interest for sure!! From what I have researched, they are not a big trout, roughly brook trout sized, but are highly sought after fish of the mountain streams of Japan. Another reason why I started this thought process. It allows us to explore new places for outings using the native fish. Very nice!!
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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby Yellowstone7 » Fri Feb 01, 2013 2:39 am

Hi Barns, Chuck, Joe and Everyone:

Hey that is a beautiful little Pumkinseed, Barns. You have not lost your touch. Good to see you back on the fish creating saddle again!!

Chuck, creating this Sticky was a good idea. Thanks for suggesting it.

Joe, those are great fish ideas and will inspire even better and newer outings from our creators. Nice job!

Thanks everyone for your contributions, whether it is about creating, fishing, catching, record keeping or everything else, it is good to see this Forum humming again! :P :lol:

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Re: Home For New Fish and Fish Development Ideas

Postby wyldechylde77 » Fri Feb 01, 2013 6:06 am

A couple more:

Yellow Bass
Not a big guy, but a good fighter and excellent table fare!

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Blue Perch (Yellow Perch variant, similar to the Blue Pike/Walleye - also rare)
How cool is this?? LOL

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And I figure, why not? We already have Hammerhead Sharks:

Blue Shark
'Nuff said

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Bonnethead Shark

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Back to freshwater...

Warmouth
Another small but scrappy fighter

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Warmouths can be almost black too:

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One last member of the sunfish family:

Long-eared Sunfish
Very pretty fish

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Shoal Bass
Great Southern fish

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