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    River CarpSucker

    Looks well over 3-15 to me.
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    ID this one

    Looks like a silver to me, but you can't really tell without counting the dorsal fins.
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    Around here people call sheephead(drum), perch for some reason. Completely different species of fish.lol. I'll say...... look at this huge drum I caught, and the guy will say...... that's not a drum, it's a perch.
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    hardest fighter

    Ripping a 3-4 lb smallie pales in comparison to a 3-4 lb carp
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    hardest fighter

    common carp any redhorse channel cats sturgeon
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    Got Teeth?

    River monster
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    2009 carp and other Rough fish pics

    He put them in someone's grandma's garden for fertilizer.
  8. Suckers and Drums are fun too. Keep fishing for sturgeon, and you'll eventually catch all them big strong varieties of fish. Great sturgeon!!
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    Yeah. Their snout is bony, which makes it hard to set the hook. I've been sight fishin them lately. Once they take the bait, I'll let them keep it for a few seconds before I yank. Just trying to make sure it's fully in his mouth. Plus, I'll give her a good little yank.
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    Sauger and Saugeye -Photo Gallery

    The one you are calling sauger is a saugeye. Look at the dots on his dorsal fin, and his distinct markings.
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    Teeth Shot

    Got away from me. Them buggers are squirrely.
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    Thought this pic was worth posting. Love the teeth.
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    Teeth Shot