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Do any of you that live in West Virginia ever hear of freshwater eel in WVa? Alot of people dont beleive it but i know its true

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    None of us want to touch filezilla uc browser rufus them.
    Last edited by OPTIMISTA; 01-12-2020, 03:05 PM.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Soggin View Post
      Never heard of any down here in southern WV.
      You don't have them in southern WV they are only in the Potomac River drainage. I am a retired DNR Officer and checked people with them all the time mostly at night. When you get one on the bank cover your hands with sand and then you can handle them. be careful they will bite you. They are good to eat.

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        We have them in Oneida Lake in NY but they are Lamprey. Had a 4' one latch on to the back of the boat. We park the boat on a soft muddy bank where the creek bottom drops off rather deep. My father dove in first - all of a sudden he comes flying in over the back of the boat. That bugger stuck onto the boat and held there for an hour or so. Not uncommon to see walleye with scars of where they latched on.

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