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Sauger/Walleye #13540928 04/30/20 11:31 PM
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I grew up in the midwest catching and eating walleye on a regular basis. Moved to Texas in 2003. I've missed catching and eating walleye so much. I do get home every other year or so but not enough. I go ice fishing in northern Canada and eat them there, but it's not enough. I took my son to a Oklahoma lake a couple days ago we found a couple sauger! I don't think he's heard me hoot and hollar so loud before when I pulled the first sauger in and much to my delight he caught one too. It's a couple hour drive to get there but to catch and eat one of the best fish on planet Earth, i'll make that drive!!


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Re: Sauger/Walleye [Re: Ryno] #13540943 04/30/20 11:42 PM
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Walleye are some great table fare. How are the Sauger?


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Re: Sauger/Walleye [Re: Ryno] #13540957 04/30/20 11:58 PM
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same delicious white meat that I could stop smiling when I dropped them in the fryer yesterday. My kids and wife thought I was crazy lol


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Re: Sauger/Walleye [Re: Ryno] #13541050 05/01/20 01:18 AM
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Were you specifically targeting the Sauger or was it a bonus catch?


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Re: Sauger/Walleye [Re: Ryno] #13541542 05/01/20 03:06 PM
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Caught a few walleye on Ouachita this past week.

Re: Sauger/Walleye [Re: Ryno] #13542076 05/01/20 10:46 PM
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Where in Oklahoma can one catch Sauger?


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Oh heck with it; I want to catch a saugeye. It's a hybrid created by crossing a female walleye with a male sauger.


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Re: Sauger/Walleye [Re: deucer02] #13542362 05/02/20 03:19 AM
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Originally Posted by deucer02
Where in Oklahoma can one catch Sauger?


Check the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation website. They list fish species by regions. Sauger/Walleye are listed in two of the regions. Thunderbird Lake in the central region and Canton in the Northwest region.

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Re: Sauger/Walleye [Re: Ryno] #13543092 05/02/20 11:43 PM
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Gordon Lake in Iowa Park has saugeye in it. They were put in there to help control the crappie population a few years ago.

Re: Sauger/Walleye [Re: Superfluke] #13543550 05/03/20 01:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Superfluke
Gordon Lake in Iowa Park has saugeye in it. They were put in there to help control the crappie population a few years ago.
That little city park pond right off 287? Amazing that a fishable population would survive during the summer there. Still have a few walleye left in Wheeler Branch Reservoir just outside Glen Rose Tx. This is right across the street from our house: [Linked Image]

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Closest thing around here to “shore lunch” of fried walleye while Canadian fishing? Saugeye in Abilene. Lake Kirby in town and Fort Phantom Hill just a little north of town.

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