Guess the Fish!

May 23, 2011

Costa Rica, Frenzy, Videos

milk fish fly fishingFrenzy Contest

I know this video isn’t the highest quality.  I shot it with my Cannon Camera. I know you won’t be able to identify the fish by seeing it, but maybe by the way it is fighting and our reaction.

Regardless of quality though we want to give the first person that can guess what type of fish this is a brand new copy of “No Sports Allowed Volume 2″ how we do. It is fresh off the press and ready to get you jonesing for trout fishing.

To ensure we have the right winner you will need to email your answer to info@flyfishingfrenzy.com so we have a time stamp on the answers.

Ready, set, GO!!!!

 

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132 Responses to “Guess the Fish!”

  1. Ryan Jensen Says:

    Tarpon?

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    No, guess again.

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  2. phillip hanamaikai Says:

    I know the Answer! I know the Answer! I know the Answer!

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    yes you do…..don’t spill the beans.

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  3. Tim Says:

    A permit?

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    Nope, guess again.

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  4. Mike Says:

    rooster fsh

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    incorrect, try again

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  5. Joe Says:

    Snook?

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    not it, keep the guesses coming.

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  6. Mike Says:

    shark

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    not it, keep guessing

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  7. Big Hoss Says:

    no winner yet…….

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    Bryce Reply:

    Carp?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    nope. great guesses, keep them coming!

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  8. )Larry Tullis Says:

    Cuda?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    not cuda. keep em coming!

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  9. Chris Says:

    Baby Tarpon

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    nope…

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  10. Mike Says:

    Dolphin (Dorado)

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    no sir…..

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  11. chris h Says:

    mahi mahi ?

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    good guess…. but no

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  12. Joe Says:

    Squid?

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    no…that would be cool though.

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  13. Chubbs Says:

    Hint: we are fly fishing off the coast of costa rica.

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  14. Jordan Gillespie Says:

    I am going to guess a sail fish

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    close but no…keep guessing

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  15. Jordan Gillespie Says:

    Or marlin

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    negative

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  16. chris h Says:

    its a dorado

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    sorry, but no.

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  17. Joe Says:

    swordfish

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    nope

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  18. Pete Goodro Says:

    Tuna?

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    Nope.

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  19. Sam Says:

    Spearfish?

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    No….but good guess.

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  20. Spencer Says:

    Jack?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    Not a jack although some were caught there.

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  21. Sam Says:

    Ladyfish?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    Negative

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  22. Spencer Says:

    Wahoo?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    No sir

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  23. Joe Says:

    Needlefish ??

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    Chubbs Reply:

    Still not right. Man there have been some great guesses and the answer is still out there. I’ll say this; we were shocked to find these fish down there.

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  24. Kyle Says:

    Mako

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    Chubbs Reply:

    Not a mako

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  25. Owl Jones Says:

    mullet.

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    Chubbs Reply:

    Only mullet I saw was phils sweet hairdo. :) not a mullet

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  26. Eric Says:

    ? Cierra Mackeral

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    Chubbs Reply:

    Good guess. There were Spanish mackerel in these waters but not a Mack.

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  27. Mike Mendez Says:

    Sea Bass?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    Kick his A#$%% Sea bass. :) Not a sea bass.

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  28. Gaffer Says:

    Trevally.

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    Chubbs Reply:

    not a GT. i’d love to catch one of those babies though!

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  29. Darin Says:

    Looks to be about a 30 lb cobia. ?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    probably the closest so far, but no cigar!
    keep em coming!

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    Darin Reply:

    Bonito?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    not a bonita.

  30. Jesse Says:

    Spotted Trout

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    Chubbs Reply:

    not a spotted trout.

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  31. Chubbs Says:

    Man there have been some great guesses and i think we’ve almost named every fish in the ocean. The fact that it still hasn’t been guessed vouches for the difficulty in catching this fish. One other hint will be this: I was surprised to find these fish in costa rica!

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  32. Preston Says:

    Red Drum?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    not a red drum.

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  33. Troutsmith Says:

    mackerel. i just emailed it to you as well

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    Chubbs Reply:

    not a mack.

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  34. Gaffer Says:

    Steelhead

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    Chubbs Reply:

    Not a steelie.

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  35. bill Says:

    Crocodile needle fish?

    mahi mahi?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    neither of those babies.

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  36. Bill Says:

    Golden Phase Puffer

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    Chubbs Reply:

    not a GPP.

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  37. Ed Says:

    bluefish

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    Chubbs Reply:

    not a BLUEfish.

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  38. Bill Says:

    greater amberjack

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    great guess…..but……no…….

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  39. Troutsmith Says:

    Dammit! How about American Shad? or Salmon?

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    Chubbs Reply:

    haha! i know man. i couldn’t believe we caught this fish and that they were in costa rica. i would have never guessed!

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  40. Bill Says:

    rooster fish

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    wrong

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  41. Chubbs Says:

    not a cock a doodle do.

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  42. Bill Says:

    sheeps head

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  43. Bill Says:

    blue marlin

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  44. Bill Says:

    yellow fin tuna

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    dang….nope

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  45. Bill Says:

    dolphin

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    not a dolphin

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  46. Bill Says:

    yellowtail

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    sorry…try again

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  47. Bill Says:

    yellowtail snapper

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    try again

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  48. Bill Says:

    snapper

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    ….nope

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  49. Bill Says:

    white marlin

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    sorry

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  50. Bill Says:

    bonefish

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    Chubbs Reply:

    All great guesses wild bill, but no cigar. Bonefish is a really good guess hint hint.

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  51. Bill Says:

    mutton snapper

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    no mutton here

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  52. Bill Says:

    yellowfin grouper

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    not a grouper

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  53. Bill Says:

    wahoo

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    not a wahoo

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  54. Bill Says:

    spanish mackeral

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    that fish doesn’t speak spanish

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  55. Bill Says:

    pampano

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    not a pampano

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  56. Bill Says:

    permit

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    not a permit

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  57. Bill Says:

    jack crevalle

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  58. Bill Says:

    flounder or octopus

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  59. Bill Says:

    gag grouper

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  60. Bill Says:

    grey snapper

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  61. Bill Says:

    black grouper

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  62. Bill Says:

    black drum or bluefish or crab

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  63. Chubbs Says:

    No correct guesses yet. Here is my best hint yet. I’ve always thought these fish existed only in the Indian ocean.

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  64. WPB Says:

    Giant Trevally

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    Chubbs Reply:

    the reside in the same waters as GT.

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  65. Chubbs Says:

    We are having a ton of activity on our mystery fish post and no one has got it yet. here are the responses so far: rooster, GT, Jack, lionfish, mackerel, tarpon, permit, bonefish, pampano, puffer, marlin, sailfish, snook, shark, carp, steelhead, sea trout, cuda, dorado, squid, swordfish, octopus, tuna, spearfish, needlefish, wahoo, mako, mullet, sea bass, cobia, bonito, red drum, golden phase puffer, bluefish, amberjack, american shad, salmon, guppy, sheepshead, dolphin, yellowfin, snapper, mutton snapper, grouper, flounder, crab, black drum, not any type of grouper or snapper, and eel.

    So, none of these are the right answer.

    Here are some hints:

    – we were fly fishing off the pacific coast of costa rica

    – i couldn’t believe these fish were there

    – They are extremely difficult to catch

    – I thought they only resided in the Indian Ocean.

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  66. Chubbs Says:

    We have a winner. Nick English guessed it right. It’s a Milkfish!!!

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