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Hey wall-o,

Steve O where is P.P.? What a mad fisherman! got to love that enthusiasm, He made white bass fishing seem like sticking peacock bass!!

wall eyes have been great this season, it's nice to see the quality size as well 17 inchers average. Nice fish, and if you choose nice eats. (side note I get suspicious of some anglers on their strict catch and release policy and how they want others to favor their opinion, plenty of our fellow anglers would opt to go all release if they could have their way, don't get me wrong, I support catch and release, but look at smallmouth, most everybody releases all smallmouth which is great... but still some people are actually trying to say we need (or they just plain want) 100% release on some lakes and rivers for smallmouth? If a fishery is hurting put a slot on! hey just my 2 cents...

Keep catchin'
Turk


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Turkster,
P.P. is no longer a resident of Minny.
Job shuffles and what. Hope he can get back up here this summer. I'm sure he will. In the meantime, he's been catching some quality largemouth down in Indiana.
The smallmouth thing is a matter of personal choice for me. I don't think smallies are that good to eat. That's why I turn them loose. On the other hand, I love walleye and sauger. I don't catch that many (over a calender year) and usually eat what I catch.

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