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captkev

Leech Lk./Tulibee/WhiteFish Laws???

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captkev

My family is headed up to leech on sunday, My brother asked me a question last night that I did'nt have the anwser to, in the 2001 fishing regs, the white fish limit is 25 on the leech Lk indian res. Is a tulibee and a white fish the same thing??? I told him not to worry about it, If I bring home 6-8 fish I'll be happy, What would I do with 25. Just to be on the safe side I said I check for him. Thanks for any help on this. grin.gif

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captkev,tullibees and whitefish are two different fish.generally whitefish run much larger than tullibees.The whitefish that we have caught were running between 4 and 8 pounds. there is some color variation between the two, and I beleve the whitefish's mouth has an underbite and the tullibee's mouth has an overbite. Maybe someone else has more information than that. good luck, mallard

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captkev,just did some checking on whitefish.If you do a search for "lake whitefish description" it will tell you everything you need to know.Just thought it might help. mallard

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captkev

Mallard, Thanks for the help smile.gif My brother will think I'm a computer geek, But O-well! It shure beets going to the Library and looking threw books for hours for the info. This computer has helped me catch more fish than my Aqua-Vu, thanks again wink.gif

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Hay Mallard, I talked to one of the oldtimers at the bar to-night and he said all of the Tullibees in leech are wormie!...?<BR>He also said the whitefish are O-kay. <P>Is there any truth to this or is this just a folk lore....? I've been doing my home work on this, and don't wish to catch a bunch of wormie fish, I'm going to Leech on sunday regardless and wish to catch something to eat, not to feed to the birds, can you tell me if there is any truth to this? I guess no-matter what I'll be cleaning a few on the lake to be shure.

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captkev,We have caught hundreds over the last few years and I don't recall seeing worms in any of them.

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captkev

I thought he was pulling my leg. of corse comeing from the man it did, he could have been on a different lake and thougt he was on leech. grin.gif

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We have been fishing tulibees on Leech for many years and within the last five years we have noticed alot more fish with worms.The worms are very difficult to see if all you do is gut them. That is why we always split them in half and inspect them carefully. Usually the worms are either by the backbone or in between the rib bones. We've found that about one in every ten has worms, maybe more.

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Thanks oscar for the tip. I'll be looking closely. has anybody been getting any perch? I'd kind of like to make a day of it, maybe a few tullibee's in the a.m. and then work on some perch?

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captkev, about the tullibees you caught on leech a couple of weeks ago.Did any of the fish have any worms?WE scrapped the trip up this weekend becuase of the wind and following cold front,maybe nextweek.----------mallard

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captkev

We found 3 fish with white worms along the backbone neer the tail end. thats not too bad, I've seen perch in some lakes that looked ready to explode, with them white worms in the gills and along the tail. give me the creeps frown.gif just thinking about it.

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