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Walleye in Bob Sandlin #13318147 10/21/19 04:17 PM
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Catching Bluegill Saturday, caught a baby walleye. Did not know they were
in that lake?


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Re: Walleye in Bob Sandlin [Re: Fish dad] #13318152 10/21/19 04:24 PM
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Logperch not a Walleye

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Okay, but that should not be there either

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Originally Posted by Fish dad
Okay, but that should not be there either

Although logperch are considered native to northern or eastern states, there is a subspecies or Texas Logperch found in most lakes and clear rivers in Texas.
http://txstate.fishesoftexas.org/percina%20macrolepida.htm

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Re: Walleye in Bob Sandlin [Re: Fish dad] #13318208 10/21/19 05:09 PM
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I think the record walleye caught in Texas came from Lake Palestine. 4.13 lbs. caught in 1988.

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Re: Walleye in Bob Sandlin [Re: GIG'EM AGGIES] #13318214 10/21/19 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by GIG'EM AGGIES
I think the record walleye caught in Texas came from Lake Palestine. 4.13 lbs. caught in 1988.

Lake Meredith weighed 11.88

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Originally Posted by Rocky Robison
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I think the record walleye caught in Texas came from Lake Palestine. 4.13 lbs. caught in 1988.

Lake Meredith weighed 11.88

Wowza, that's a biggun even for lakes up north.


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We use to catch a lot of them in Cypress Springs many moons ago


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I caught 3 walleye out of Canyon Lake in 1991.

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Yes, that’s a full grown logperch. . Walleye though can can be caught across the street from my house on Wheeler Branch(Glen Rose): [Linked Image]

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I think it was Walleye that we used to catch at Lake O’ Pines every once in a while back years ago .


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Originally Posted by TBassYates
I think it was Walleye that we used to catch at Lake O’ Pines every once in a while back years ago .


Probably Chain Pickerel. LOP has some but Hawkins a decent population of them, you can stumble on them in a lot of ETX lakes.

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Lots of walleye in Squaw until the plant fired up

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Logperch, they are native. Had a bass spit one up in my livewell a couple of weeks ago on Fork.



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Walleye are more of an Olive colored and the have a white tipped lower tail fin... You guys may be catching Sauger, they look similar to a Walleye but are usually smaller and do not have the white tipped tail... Dan

https://i1.wp.com/fishingbooker.com/blog/media/Sauger-vs-Walleye-identification-1.jpg?resize=1024%2C683&ssl=1


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