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Striper egg color #12748024
05/08/18 09:56 PM
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I was cleaning some stripers from Texoma this past Sunday and noticed for the first time, that I remember anyway, one had green eggs, and yes I thought of Dr. Seuss and ham, and another had red eggs in it. Not like the normally colored eggs I've seen before. I'm curious what was going on with these eggs, what do ya'll think?


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Re: Striper egg color [Re: mickeytfc] #12748056
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They get real green almost fluorescent when really close and ripe


Lake Texoma Striper Guide Chris Carey


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