Last edited by Randy Ratliff; 01-27-2012 at 09:13 AM.
It is a sauger not a walleye, white edge on the tailfin and saddles are the key characteristics that set it apart from a walleye.
Great report Randy!
That is an excellent diversity of fish for one day. I would like to add some of those to my bucket list one day. I still need to schedule a trip with you for the Watauga. I am thinking maybe next May when my friend from Romania comes in to fish...
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I love that type of fishing
nice little walleye you got there.He would look even better laying beside some hushpuppies
spots on dorsal fin=sauger
white tipped tail fin= walleye
there is also some saugeye in some rivers
not sure about the pigeon