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Discussion in 'Saginaw Bay and its Tributaries' started by Gordon Casey, Oct 19, 2020.
There is more being netted than you may think...or want to believe.....By-catch my Azz.......
I couldn't help myself.. The river will be full before long. But if not, bring on those big perchies, that won't hurt feelings if we can catch those until ice up!
I hear the sarcasm... In reality of it tho it would Shock any sportsman if you really knew. Hope to hear some good news in favor of us sportsmen so we can continue to catch the big perchies! I'm with Rocketman waiting for the big net burning party! I'll give you a shout later on, might be heading out for another measly 25 this afternoon too.
And here we go....
All good.....till the Anti's barf info on a SPORTSMAN site
Don't get roped into it!
Yea it's been quiet on this topic too...
Sorry, my bad.....I deleted my instigation....on a side note, the cuts are filling with shiners and shad, just for a heads up.....Brian, lots where my secret spot is.
Did you go out today?
Just on a searching mission. Trying to stock up for November the way minnow prices are now. Found a few, but not alot....
We all know the perch ate all the walleye!!
The fish stories I been hearing is there is NO PERCH LMFAO....... Everything must of swam west to Lake Michigan.... Lol
Your Lowrance HD will clearly identify walleyes if Your transducer is PROPERLY adjusted! They have a clearly different signature than all other fish. A Lantz Valentine seminar is highly recommended. Good fishing..............
Now you're telling fish stories if you believe that! LOL
The Canadian Lands and Forests (DNR) once told me they could tell the difference between a Canadian caught and American caught Pink salmon when I had a mixed bag of fish and was checked. We had a reasonable conversation and after it was finished we all had a good laugh and I was allowed to go. My Canadian friends told me that it never happens, your over the limit your going to get ticketed. The whole situation is a long firepit story.