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26 January 2015 - 05:30 PMBest bet would be St. Lukes on the Canadian side.
26 January 2015 - 08:43 AMJust to clarify they are not sea lamprey. They are lamprey native to the area. Called chestnut or silver? Basically harmless but walleye do like the small ones for lunch.
23 January 2015 - 06:54 PMTotally over priced. Saw one at the Novi show. Not only me but another very experienced spearer.
23 January 2015 - 06:48 PMMaybe your wife.On a lighter note, my ice fishing joke: What is the definition of an "ice fisherman"?
Guy with an UGLY wife at home... why else would you trek out on frozen waters to sit on a bucket in the freezing cold all day.
Usually mines at work while I fish. Don't sit on a bucket in freezing cold all day, I have a heated shanty.
23 January 2015 - 06:33 PMNo commercial fishing on LSC for anything.I have gotten some monsters down in erie, but im excited on st clair when i get a 10 incher. Does St Clair get commercially fished for perch, if so I would think that would do more damage than guys keeping 6" fish? With all this discussion lately on this board about keeping small fish, i wonder what the DNR's take on this is?
Lure-king has it right.
We had just as many dinks 50 years ago as today. There were times 50 years ago we got a good mess of decent size perch as we still do today.
Problem is most remember only the good days when "jumbos" were caught and not days when we caught dinks.