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2017 MDC Table Rock Fish Survey

Shane Bush just sent me their Table Rock study for 2017. 

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11 minutes ago, Quillback said:

14 lb. walleye in the White river.   

That's what stuck out to me also... I wish they found more crappie then they did. 

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I am glad they are looking at genetics, the native river strain get far bigger than the lake strains typically stocked, world record fish come from that river strain..a worthy task for our fisheries folks,

 

also people made fun of me when I pointed out bass were getting less food..and the possibility less baby Common Carp/Buffalo to eat may be an issue

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Thanks for posting Phil.

Love looking at data like this even though I don't like reading the bit about the largemouth looking thin and malnourished for a couple of years in a row now. That is NOT good. Also, not happy that ZERO "trophy" class bass were shocked up in any of the lake section samplings. Crappie sampling was low but everyone already knows that crappie fishing on TR sucks, so that came to no surprise.

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I have seen a few around  Shell Knob area. Not really sick fish but long and skinny. But with the fishing pressure on this lake I bet every fish has been caught two or three times, making them scared to eat thinking there may be a hook in their meal. Fish are getting smart.

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