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bass vs walleye

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okay ive noticed some good hearted bickering between the walleye and bass guys on the forums. lets see which one we've got more of on fishing minnesota(even though we all know bass are better grin)...just post bass, or walleye!

Bass!!!, prefferably smallmouth

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If it were only those two and nothing else.

Ummm.....

Yea..........

BASS!!!!!

Brown or green I dont care.

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Walleye.

I mean no disrespect, but bass are for catching when nothing else is biting.

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Bass - all the way - i like a little fight when i catchem - walleye better eatin, but like pulling in a wet towel.

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5-5, i have a feeling this is going to go on for a while cool

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I have to agree with thedeadsea. While I love catching bass, especially smallmouth, it seems like you fish for them when you just want to catch fish and nothing else is biting. Walleye, on the other hand, are the thinking man's fish.

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Walleye!!! "What a great Cristmas Dad!!!

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Take my picture quick so I can put this big rough fish back!!

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Actually he was pretty excited and proud when he ran up the hill after catching this one off the dock, but my vote is still for the eyes.

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Walleyes, and don't get me wrong, some put up a heck of a fight, some don't but that is my #1 targeted fish.

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To eat, I would say walleye.

To have fun fishing, I say bass, so most of the time bass wins out for me.

But to be honest I prolly fish the most for northerns, and hopefully a few muskie this year.

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Unless it's for the frying pan....Bass all the way. Smallmouth are a gift from the gods.

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WALLEYE"S FOR SURE,BASS when not SURE

Exactly: Walleye when I can catch them otherwise bass.

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