And I thought crappies were tough....

Submitted by Pete on 11/21/05 at 2:00 PM. ( ) 67.1.100.106

the other day I skinned out my first yellow bass, he come from Devils lake. Talk about a pile of scales.

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The the lil fish from ND

This response submitted by Rick Krane on 11/21/05 at 2:59 PM. ( rmkinc1@msn.com ) 70.109.154.68

Some times they can be tough. I have fished at Devils Lake it was a lot fun and I did catch many good fish there. I really wanted to see a blue perch but was not so lucky.

I wonder if any one has ever seen a blue perch from this lake. If so I would love to see a picture! I would be curious.

Keep working at it will come!

Rick Krane
Anglers Artistry
603.336.7296


Yellow bass, blue perch?

This response submitted by Cecil 64.184.41.234 on 11/21/05 at 6:43 PM. ( ) 64.184.41.69

I was at Devil's Lake a few years ago and the only fish species I knew were in there were yellow perch, white bass, walleye, and northern pike and forage fish. Yellow bass? Blue Perch?


Cecil

This response submitted by JL on 11/22/05 at 10:12 AM. ( wmlures@metro2000.net ) 216.177.1.144

Fish species from one lake to another mutate color and shape in direct relations to the level of beer in the cooler..lolol. JL


LOL!

This response submitted by Rick Krane on 11/22/05 at 11:32 AM. ( rmkinc1@msn.com ) 70.109.154.68

LOL!


Well considering how many cheeseheads fish ND

This response submitted by Cecil 64.184.41.234 on 11/22/05 at 11:49 AM. ( ) 64.184.41.69

I'd say that is a correct statement. No offense to those of you in Wisconsin but every cheesehead I saw at Devil's Lake had a beer in his hand at all times. They sure know how to have a good time. LOL


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