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Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

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Ohio sauger fishing is a challenge; here are some tips

A hook in the roof of the mouth is what an angler likes to see. Chipped paint on the jighead is another good sign; presentations are dancing over the bottom. (Photo by John Tertuliani)
I needed time to think it over. I thought I knew what I was doing. Fishing for saugeye turned out not like I expected. I figured it to be the same as the Lake Erie walleye I grew up with in the Western Basin. Catching them proved far different from raising them. Seven years of aquaculture with walleye and saugeye failed to bridge the gulf between fisheries biology and animal behavior.
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