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Old 11-30-2014, 07:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Please guys I need to know. Its driving me crazy. Keeps me up all dam night. What is it about her. What makes her so special when she rings your bell. The way she moves when you got a hold of her. The way she makes you feel when you see her. When you touch her and expecially when you eat her. I gots to know. Please guys help a brother out.Grrrrrrrrrrr
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Nothing like the willy elusive walleye. Man what a fish, what is it about the walleye that makes her so finicky and elusive to stick and when you do there's no feeling quite like it, is there?..
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For me, it's the eating. Other fish fight harder, or hit the lure harder, but nothing tastes like fresh walleye. Yum
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For me, it's the eating. Other fish fight harder, or hit the lure harder, but nothing tastes like fresh walleye. Yum
For me nothing beats da Perch out of the Lake, no????????
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I prefer walleye. I know they dont fight good but rookies wont catch them . You have to spend some time on the water to find location then presentation and then just set the hook in no time after You feel that tiny bite.thats fishing. About perch. They might taste better (not for me) but if You find them You just simply catch them so it's not fishing just catching.
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Well said Matt. I could not have stated it any more eloquently than that. Props7


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IMO Simply said, Walleyes are the Best! (honorable mention, close second Bronzebacks)

And if you happen to disagree that's OK., You don't have to fish for them, go for pan fish...

No hard feeling on anyone's part right? There are plenty of other different types of pan fish, largemouth bass to go fish for and easily fool, hook & catch as long as you are enjoying the outdoors What difference does it make. Wink.

Its OK reallyman. No worries, no worries. Have fun. Go enjoy yourself leave the tough ones to fool for other fishermen's egos. Crappie's, bluegills are fun on light tackle they are a blast to fool

Not to mention, 70 or 80 of'm right off the pipping hot lard, just plain deliciousMan!


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I'm spoiled when it comes to walleye. The only time I fish for them is in Door County pitching jigs and crankbaits into the shallows at night with light spinning gear. We usually only get a few a night, but when we do, they're pretty big (5-6 lbs. avg., at least one over 30" per trip). One of my favorite ways to fish.

I agree that its my favorite eating fish too. We usually keep a few of the smaller ones that we catch.
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