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9.25 Walleye

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Helped these chinese guys set up and showed them where to cast for the walleye as I saw where another guy had caught one, I went to fish another swim, came back and this guy had caught his first ever fish....a 9.25lb walleye. :D

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Guest The Old Carper

Doesn't that just make you want to spit nails? Life isn't fair.

:D

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On 5/11/2006 at 7:46 PM, Guest The Old Carper said:

Doesn't that just make you want to spit nails? Life isn't fair.

:D

No it isn't. I still get mad about it today lol

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Might do to research the two fish and compare genus and species. Just a horseback glance says that they are two different fish.

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On 9/27/2018 at 12:50 PM, (CT) Lee said:

is your walleye the same fish as an English zander ? looks very similar.

They're both related stitzostedion species. Very similar but sander are more silver greyish and walleye are anywhere from a golden brown to green. Walleye as an average are quite a bit smaller than virtual. We also have a fish called a sauger. They're smaller than walleye but look almost identical. 

 

On 5/11/2006 at 7:46 PM, Guest The Old Carper said:

Doesn't that just make you want to spit nails? Life isn't fair.

:D

No it isn't. I still get mad about it today lol

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all Sander family, along w/ perch

N. American sanders are smaller & more elongated, than cousins across the pond

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