Ken Beam

24.0 in. Snakehead caught by Ken Beam fishing on 09/09/16

Posted by Ken Beam Expert Member over 3 years ago

24.0 in. Snakehead caught by Ken Beam fishing on 09/09/16
24.0" Snakehead caught by Ken Beam fishing on Friday September 09, 2016 at 08:50 using a KVD Top-Water Frog a Topwater Bait

Well well......... look who the wind blew into South Jersey the other day........ ha! ha! I was on foot(no `Yak.....yet)......... Did a little scountin` as I really don`t know much of the territory down that way...even with my infected leg(I got bit while fishin` in the lake with Dennis last Thursday & man, does it ever hurt like hell)but I had a go at it......... and made out pretty good. Wrangled up 4 nice SnakeHeads...........

If you`re looking for an absolutley, unbelievable aggressive, fighting fish, I highly recommend trying to catch a Snakehead! They fight better than any Bass that you`ll ever catch. Not even close!

I`ll have a nice little write-up on my blog to share with all of you in a few days.

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Brian Shea

I live in Mount Laurel. Lets meet up after we get some heavy rain. The lakes around here are hurting

Posted by Brian Shea Elite Member over 3 years ago

Jessica & Angelo

Brain, where in South Jersey are you? Wouldnt mind meeting up one day

Posted by Jessica & Angelo Elite Member over 3 years ago

Tru Keesey

Great hatband, btw.

Posted by Tru Keesey over 3 years ago

Tru Keesey

That is very gracious of you Ken. I am more used to folks gettin mad when I tell, to them, such things as you read.

I looked up your name and found that it is Norman. That means that your family, as was mine, was in the warhost of William the Conqueror.

https://www.houseofnames.com/beam-family-crest

Here are songs about the exploits that our families were involved in:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVzN5oYICqM&list=PL7FEtBZQgKJmsoc23PHXW5oWXtdev3mkE

Linked below is the evidence that your family is of the Tribe of Benjamin, who was a son of the man Israel. It begins over half way down the page under the headin "The Dacians", if you know how to CTRL F a searchin on a page.

Here is what it is like not to know who we are: There is a will and it has conditions. The lawyer comes to you and says "Are you Ken of the Beam Clan? If so, you get a million smackers if you fulfill these conditions" and he lists the conditions.

But also in the will is that if you don't fulfill the conditions then your nation will be subjugated by corrupt foreigners who might look like and pretend to be the same as you but who hate you.

So the will is the prophecies for the Children of Israel and the promises at the beginnin of Deuteronomy 28. The conditions are the Torah, and the subjugation of the nation you no doubt have already observed, along with epidemics of cancer, heart disease, and so on, which were not a big problem in the American years before witchcraft became the fastest growin religion.

Posted by Tru Keesey over 3 years ago

Ken Beam

Ok Tru...... Thanks for explainin` a few things...... appreciate it.

Ken-

Posted by Ken Beam Expert Member over 3 years ago

Tru Keesey

Sorry didn't make it clear, Israel was a man, but refers also to all of us of whom he is the ancestor, so that WE are Israel and the Almighty One of Israel is ours.

Posted by Tru Keesey over 3 years ago

Tru Keesey

Israel was a man and is our ancestor, the father of all Anglo Saxons, Scandinavians, Dutch, Germans, etc..

All the above folks come from the Scythians and Kimmerians, who are traced back to the Northern Kingdom. Insofar as thinkin the laws of the Torah don't apply to you, I'll let that go for now.

Posted by Tru Keesey over 3 years ago

Tru Keesey

Well you're right Ken about me and the internet, I am a writer; but also I have a good deal of practical expertise in edible wild plants, beyond what is told of in books.

Up here at the headwaters it may be that the snakeheads have not penetrated, or it may be that the fisherfolk I know have not engaged me in conversation about them up to this time; I think the former is the likely explanation.

In early life I lived close to the DC border and used to spend all my time down at the river and the canal, more along the lines of herpetology and occasional fishin, that was in the sixties, there were no snakeheads then.

Since my walkin capabilities became reduced by a broken ankle that didn't fully heal, my access to fish is mainly to minnows. I like to keep in the mood of the catchin of fish nevertheless and I get that through the website, from time to time, as well as learnin the names and appearances of fish.

It is very very interestin to me to find out that there has been an invasion of snakeheads, and that nature as usual appears to be returnin to homeostasis after the temporary disturbance of the balance.

So there you are answered Ken, as to what I am doin here, though I shan't be so churlish as to accuse you of bein such a lowlife that I would use churlish kinds of speech toward you, specifically cussin.

Back in the days when I used to go to the canal and river we had the place prettily much to ourselves, and I could have practiced trot lines poison, trappin, clubbin, and what not but up here there are very close watchful eyes and I wouldn't take the risk.

Ken I would happily take the time off to spend a day at the reservoir if I could learn to get a big haulin of some tasty fishes by gettin skill at those methods.

Beside the above, there may be somethin to learn about survival fishin from anglers too. It is even of value to be reminded that New Jersey is a land mostly of country folk, not just the turnpike and the Esso tanks, as my family used to own the land there while it was still a colony. George Carteret's sister was my ggg-whatever-grandmother from the REAL Jersey, not the New one.

So you wilderness folks are dear to my heart, as the tv would like us to think that Jersey Shore and the Soprani are the kernel of the land there. You prove otherwise.

Posted by Tru Keesey over 3 years ago

Brian Shea

I do live in south jersey but not that south. That sounds like the place Dennis told me about. I drove down there one time but couldn't find the spot. If you ever need someone to go with please let me know. I've never caught one before

Posted by Brian Shea Elite Member over 3 years ago

Ken Beam

@ Brian........... ???? huh??? Don`t you live down in South Jersey???? You would/should know more `bout where to go than I ever will down there. But...... I like to wander about 37 miles exactly below Gibbstown........

Posted by Ken Beam Expert Member over 3 years ago

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