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IG,

When I lived in Colorado I used to but they're pretty finicky.   You have to be a regular to achieve anykind of success.

About 2 1/2 years ago they introduced Tiger Musky to one of the states Trout lakes with a goldfish problem.  I hear they're gettin' fat on goldfish.  As of yet I haven't been up there to try for the Musky.

The last time I was in Minnesota, fishing, the anglers would pull the northerns from the water and throw them up on the bank!  An older gentleman informed us that they were considered trash fish?  Anyway in Colorado we caught them regularly in the 24"-40" range.  And if you can deal with the bones, they're pretty good eating.

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#12
aspergesme Wrote:IG,

When I lived in Colorado I used to but they're pretty finicky. You have to be a regular to achieve anykind of success.

About 2 1/2 years ago they introduced Tiger Musky to one of the states Trout lakes with a goldfish problem. I hear they're gettin' fat on goldfish. As of yet I haven't been up there to try for the Musky.

The last time I was in Minnesota, fishing, the anglers would pull the northerns from the water and throw them up on the bank! An older gentleman informed us that they were considered trash fish? Anyway in Colorado we caught them regularly in the 24"-40" range. And if you can deal with the bones, they're pretty good eating.

Apseges Me

Northerns are considered trash fish in Minnesota?  That's crazy!  But seriously, they do taste good.  Also, Walleye are considered a delicacy here.  The local news even runs reports on restaurants that advertise that they are serving Walleye when, in fact, they are not.
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#13
Hi fellas! thought I'd pop my head in and say g'day. [Image: beer2.gif][Image: beer2.gif][Image: beer2.gif] Carpe Cerevisi - from Australia [Image: tiphat2.gif]
 
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#14
G'day mate!!! Glad to have an Aussie on board! I'm completely bored with North Americans  [Image: beer2.gif]
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#15
Where I am located, in MO, there is a local spring famous for its trout fishing... Also, large-mouth bass are fun to catch, though I personally don't like the taste. Fried catfish are where its at, IMO. However, bluegill are also fun to catch....never tried eating one, though.
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#16
DominusTecum Wrote:However, bluegill are also fun to catch....never tried eating one, though.

Bluegill taste awesome!  They don't call 'em panfish for nothing.
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