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#11926893 - 11/10/16 07:58 AM Re: Some other bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
Freshwater Phil Offline
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Registered: 01/10/13
Posts: 267
Loc: North of the Border
Water is down to the mid/upper 40's, and dropping quickly with another cold front. After blanking for carp at my cold water spot a couple days ago dur to very low water level, looks like I'm (probably) done with bottom feeder species for the rest of the season. Time to chase some predators, probably about 2-4 weeks left to our open water season before first ice.

Yesterday worked out well, caught some cold water multi species, casting, jigging and trolling.

Some decent sized walleyes (about a dozen):




Mixed in with some smallmouth bass in the 2-4 lbs range:


And a couple small muskies to end the day"









Edited by Freshwater Phil (11/10/16 07:59 AM)
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PB common = 38.5 lbs
PB mirror = 22.5 lbs
PB musky = 52 inches (40 lb fatty)
PB blue cat = 59 lbs
PB lake sturgeon = 57 inches
PB alligator gar = 65 lbs

2015 big ones:


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#11927014 - 11/10/16 09:06 AM Re: Some other bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
Curt0407 Offline
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Registered: 06/27/09
Posts: 4984
Loc: Mineola, formerly Arlington
Very nice. Will the walleye be invited for dinner?
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#11927385 - 11/10/16 12:43 PM Re: Some other bottom feeders [Re: Curt0407]
Freshwater Phil Offline
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Registered: 01/10/13
Posts: 267
Loc: North of the Border
Originally Posted By: Curt0407
Very nice. Will the walleye be invited for dinner?


My buddy kept some, I try to avoid eating anything from the St Lawrence river, prefer to get my keepers up North, in pristine forest lakes with no industry or population to dump all kinds of [censored] in water. They also taste better up there, deep lakes with rock bottoms, as opposed to muddy weed covered flats we fish around here (Montreal).
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PB common = 38.5 lbs
PB mirror = 22.5 lbs
PB musky = 52 inches (40 lb fatty)
PB blue cat = 59 lbs
PB lake sturgeon = 57 inches
PB alligator gar = 65 lbs

2015 big ones:


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#11939609 - 11/17/16 09:25 PM Re: Some other bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
Wildman of the navidad Offline
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Registered: 11/11/16
Posts: 278
Loc: San Antonio tx
Awesome sturgeon big old gaspagoo I'd could use him as bait the red horse is giant at least to me I've seen them in the rivers down here by me but never over 6-8" the Chanel cat is really nice great job guys good show
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#11939613 - 11/17/16 09:28 PM Re: Some other bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
Wildman of the navidad Offline
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Registered: 11/11/16
Posts: 278
Loc: San Antonio tx
Didn't see the walleye smallmouth or muskies till now y'all got yourselfs a grade a slam
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#11980179 - 12/12/16 01:36 PM Re: Some other bottom feeders [Re: Freshwater Phil]
SOCALCARPER Offline
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Registered: 10/27/10
Posts: 2203
Loc: Round Rock Tx
great trip you have a couple eaters
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PB. Buffalo 44#
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