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Mozer

Tullibee not Tullipee

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Mozer

That is not the question. Been hearing a lot of people saying tullipee lately, they are tullibee, for those who don't know.....little grammar police action

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northerndave

I've been accused of being "too lippy"

Is that different?

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JBMasterAngler

My dad pays for all the trips, so he can call them tullipee all he wants! smile

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ERdeerhunter

My 3 year old son calls them tubbilees.

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WhiskeyPete

I call 'em "stinkfish" sick

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Boar

tullipee tullipee tullipee tullipee tullipee tullipee tullipee tullibee opps tullipee tullipee tullipee tullipee tullipee tullipee tullipee.

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fitchin_fanatic

+2 on "stinkfish"! But quite delicious off the smoker!

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Kaz

My buddy gets them out of Leach Lake and I smoke them up. They are great with a cracker too.. He also get a lot of Rainbows from the guy that has the fish pond at the shows when they pack up. Usually a hunderd or so, I smoke them too.. They all taste good with a beer or three.. LOL

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WhiskeyWoods

Tullipee....haha,I am going to start throwing around new stuff, i.e. Wallzeye??? Since moving into the farthest north MN I still can't get over the word crowducks instead of cormorants.....

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Cheetah

From Wikipedia.

"Coregonus artedi is a species of freshwater whitefish in the family (Salmonidae). It is also known as the cisco, lake herring, chub, or tullibee, northern cisco."

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WalleyeWarrior

I saw this post last week and then this weekend by brother-in-law sent me a text stating that they had caught about 10 tulipees. made me chuckle...

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Boar

crowducks lol, thats like neighbor ducks for coots, I wouldnt eat them so i give them to my neighbor, he he, enjoy the viel.

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