1. snortwheeze

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    Last yr there were none, yr before they didn't start until damn near July... Just worried about dog's because I dump cooler in yard. Don't wanna dump it in rd and have someone come by and see them either. My ? Is have you guy's seen them in the past ? Like I said yr before last they were bad also.. I myself don't remember them being around, a buddy says other wise.. He's full of **** half the time anyways.. Going to email Dnr and see their response as to why ? Not in meat but still don't like it.. Yr before last I'd kill em and hang them over board on a stringer because id read that they'll exit body after fish are dead. Did it but that grossed me out as well seeing a STRING FULL of worms hanging out of all the fish...
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  3. Tryin2

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    I agree ewwwww ......Monday's fish had some not that many tho. I'm with you don't like seeing it.
     
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    Maybe try them on a harness next time out lol
     
  5. sureshot006

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    They are excellent eating. Fry em up with some butter then simmer with spaghetti sauce.
     
  6. fishdip

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    They have came out of my fish for at least a few years now, was told they're harmless.Looks like some chinese noodles.:corkysm55
     
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    IF the walleye die then i always see them filled in my livewell for last couple years
     
  8. Fishndude

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    Higher concentrations of Walleyes = easier transmission. Lots of Walleyes = lots of tapeworms.

    Don't eat them.
     
  9. sureshot006

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    Hmmm so is this why I can eat a lot and not really gain weight?
     
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  10. on a call

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    You do not want tape worm.
    Handle with care
     
  11. Papa Liver

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    Yeah seem pretty bad this year outta scr. I don’t think I seen any out of the D. Every time I go out there’s some in the livewell. Just slurp em up they go down pretty easy.
     
  12. Papa Liver

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    I’ve seen em for at least a few years now but def more this year.
     
  13. littleboatbigfish

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    Had a few in my fish out of the d one day early in the year, must have just got on a population that had them... haven't had any in my fish out of the scr so far this year surprisingly
     
  14. Sharkbait11

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    Have not seen those in DR fish....Ramen noodles anyone?
     
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