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Brought my 2 yr old fishing for perch today. While I was fiddling with my rod I see her with a fish from the corner of my eye lol. Very proud moment, I didn't even help her cast! Anyways, I have no idea what kind of fish it was so I'm hoping one of u smarter fellas can help. It would be a shame to look back at this one day and not knowing what kind of fish she caught today.


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Not sure what that critter is, but seeing your little girl fishing is way cool!  Nice job, Dad!   :smt001
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Maybe a prickly sculpin?
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looks like a crevice kelpfish to me


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looks like a crevice kelpfish to me

Never ever heard of one before, but after pulling up a few pics I think you nailed it Ben.
Good job!
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Thanks for the help guys. Looks like Ben is indeed correct with kelpfish.

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Definitely a kelpfish. Not sure what kind though...either a giant, crevice, or striped kelpfish.

Very cool moment! And a pretty unique 1st Fish!
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Definitely a kelpfish. Not sure what kind though...either a giant, crevice, or striped kelpfish.

Very cool moment! And a pretty unique 1st Fish!

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In all my years of fishing I've only caught one kelpfish.

Way to go Dad and a huge WTG for your daughter!!





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May be A large sacrafice fringehead.??
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Not sure what that critter is, but seeing your little girl fishing is way cool!  Nice job, Dad!   :smt001

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dude priceless pictures of your kid fishing!


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That is awesome! She got her first fish & you got a pic to make daddy proud. WTG.


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she is cute fur sure. i hope olivia fishes with me soon.  she doesnt have that level of patience and understanding yet ..

its not a giant kelpfish, tail not forked.  doesn't look like a striped, those are usually darker and not opaque like that one is.  not a sarcastic fringehead, or you would be down a few fingers (and plus the mouth is wrong  :smt003)


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That first pic makes me want to have kids, damn you.  Too cute!


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