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I just caught 3 different species of fish (walleye,Pike,Tullibee) from one hole and I saw a perch and a sucker too. I was just wondering what's the most species you have seen through one hole/small area in one day. I fished for only 3 hrs and yet this was the most species I've seen in one hole ever! smile.gif

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Let's see this past weekend... One hole we had walleye, crappie, bluegill, and perch... 4 different species in one hole (not counting sub species black/white crappie, bluegill/sunfish, etc.).. We've had times where we got pike and bass along with the others as well, so maybe 6 different species...

[This message has been edited by Dan Wood (edited 12-15-2003).]

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Walleye / Perch / Northern / White Crappie / Channel Cat / Black Crappie / Green Ear Sunfish / Pumkinseed Sunfish / Blue Gill / Largemouth Bass / Shiner and saw a Muskrat swim under the hole. This was all caught and seen in one hole.

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In one day on my camera I seen 6 species move through. I was fishing on 5" of ice and on a weedline. There was fish of every kind around, it was cool. Now I only caught 4 species that day (sunnies, crappies, perch, pike). I also seen a few walleyes and 1 large mouth bass but failed to get them to bite. All-in-all it was a good day.

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Sunfish, crappie, perch, bullhead, gold shiner and silver shiner all caught from a single hole Sunday

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sunfish, crappie, northern, walleye, bass, and a dogfish. All this afternoon fishing in six feet of water.

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What lake are you fishing Saskcarp. What are the chances of running into someone else from Regina, SK on here!!!!

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A couple weeks ago:
Walleye
Crappie
Northern
Sunfish
Bass
Bullhead
Perch

That was some darn good fishing! All very nice sized fish too, except for the perch.

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Cool Posts Guys!! I have only been ice fishing for 3yrs so I guess I'm glad to hear that this is a regular occurance.
Hi Ken, I'm fishing Katepwa!

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Last March 20th, Lake of the Woods, 50 degrees, 4 feet of ice, 30+ feet of water near Arnesons reef:

Walleye...Limit of 1.5 to 4.5 pounds
Sauger...Limit of 12 - 14 inchers
Perch...a dozen jumbos to 13 inches
Tulibee...kept 5 or 6 for the smoker
Eelpout...one 10 pounder

It was the best ice fishing day of my life.

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How is the ice at Katepwa??

Going to fish the south east side of pelican point on Sunday. but I hear there is only about 5 inches of ice there.

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