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Sauger

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We fished the river yesterday and caught a 22 inch Sauger. What is condsidered a big sauger?

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A true piggy! Nice sized for a sauger! way to go!

Tunrevir

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My son was bragging he caught it in front of the Griz....I reminded him that the "Griz caught 3 while he caught one" good humor grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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22 incher is huge for sauger. The biggest sauger I've caught was just around 25 inches.

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22" is very large for a sauger, especially on the St Croix. 22" is large for even Pool 4 and they have some whoppers down there. I found some sauger yesterday up to 16" and they were shallow. 8 to 9 ft of water. a very nice surprise.

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