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LPCrowRiverFisherman

Survey for a Class

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LPCrowRiverFisherman

I am looking to get some input so I have some information for a statistics class. It would be awesome if I could get as many responses as possible by Sunday morning.

What type of fish?

Catfish

Pike

Walleye

Panfish

And favorite time of year to fish for them

Spring

Summer

Fall

Winter

Example of format if you could please

Catfish-Summer

Pike-Fall

Walleye-Fall

Panfish-Winter

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Down Deep

Catfish - Never

Pike - Late Fall

Walleye - Fall

Panfish - Winter

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lutzy

Catfish-never

Pike-almost never

Walleye-spring

Panfish-summer

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bottom-bouncer

Catfish- never

Pike-never

Walleye- spring,summer,fall,winter.

Panfish- whenever the kids are with

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pushbutton

Catfish...spring when i do, but summer would be best

Pike........fall

Walleye...fall

Panfish...summer

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P_Norts

Catfish- never

Pike- Summer

Walleye- spring-summer

panfish- summer

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Raider4ever

Catfish: Never

Pike: Rat Bass-Terds (i.e. never intentionally)

Walleye: Spring (when forced to)

Panfish: Spring (1), Summer (2).

Unless this includes Bass-Then: Spring, Summer, Fall

[Remember kids: SMB and LMB are (technically) in the Panfish division]

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RawHog

Catfish-never

pike- spring

panfish-spring

walleye-winter

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Grum

Catfish- Summer (rarely)

Pike- spring, summer, fall

Walleye- all open season

Panfish- year round (Crappie, Sunfish- winter, spring. Bass- summer, fall)

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delmuts

catfish - never

pike - right now is good

walley - fall

panfish - during the spawn

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tunrevir

cats, spring

Pike all year when open

Walleye all year when open

panfish all year when open

Tunrevir~

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Kyhl

What type of fish?

Catfish - Never

Small Mouth Bass - Rarely, Summer

Large Mouth Bass - Never

Pike - Summer

Muskey - Summer

Walleye - Spring and Fall

Panfish - Winter

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OnAFly

Catfish-Never

Pike-Spring

Walleye-Spring

Panfish-Spring

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mrpike1973

catfish summer

pike spring

walleye summer

panfish spring

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kg2

Catfish - never

Pike - never

Walleye - first 2 weeks of the inland season

Panfish - winter and until walleye opener

Bass - bass opener until ice up

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Jim Almquist

Catfish Never

Pike Never

Walleye Spring,Summer,Fall,Winter

Panfish Spring,Summer,Winter

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JediTrav

Catfish- Spring, Summer, Fall

Walleyes- Winter and whenever I have to... boring

Pike- Dog days of summer

Panfish- Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall

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Scott K

catfish-spring/summer/fall

walleye-bait thieves, they bite all the time

panfish-winter

pike-rarely/winter

carp-spring

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RiverFish

Catfish-never

Pike-never

Walleye-All year

Panfish- winter, spring

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IRISHSOBNO4

Catfish: Spring

Pike: Fall

Walleye: fall

Panfish: winter

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196thDLR

Catfish-never

Pike-Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Walleye-Same as above

Panfish-Same as above

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Shorelunch

Catfish-None

Pike-Summer

Walleye-Fall

Panfish-Spring

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TyGuy02

catfish - never

pike - all open season

walleye - all open season

panfish - winter

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PRFISHER

Catfish Fall

Pike Winter

Walleye Spring

Panfish winter

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kiowa

Catfish-Summer

Pike-Summer

Walleye-Spring

Panfish-Spring

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