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Got an email last week from SD GFP with a link to the survey. Personally like the idea, but there is always a risk introducing a new species into a system. They seam to think it wouldn't effect other fish in the system though. Sure like the idea of improving on the salmon fishing. Headed to Pierre fishing tomorrow through Sat. and going see what others that fish out there think.

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First off that was a really not so good video smile Not that I should have a say, but if I lived there would say go for it and see what happens. Can't imagine much downside unless you believe the utmost protection of every single walleye is the end game to fisheries management......

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Well if they do it like MN it won't work to well. They did not understand the life cycle of the fish nor what they eat. They gave up saying the were not returning to the rivers they stocked them in after 4 not realizing they do not return in 4 years in the wild nor do all of them die after spawning etc. Also they don't really feed on bait fish that much they are like steelhead and reds on the west coast krill and shrimp eaters. In the great lakes they ate invertebrates bugs and then minnows. I have no idea what SD is thinking unless Ohae is loaded with scuds etc. They are reproducing in Huron and Michigan. They fish for them in St Mary's rapids at Sault St Marie. but its using fly tackle. Not many are caught trolling. Interesting to hear what they are thinking. MN discontinued stocking then they started showing up at some of the north shore rivers they absolutely one of the hardest fighting fish on fly tackle for the couple years they were around.

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