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John WeissFishing for answers? They could be here
By John Weiss firstname.lastname@example.org
"Fish of Minnesota," which details about 75 fish from minnows to muskies, is conveniently waterproof. It has a page of description and one of a picture of the fish. The walleye, for example, has been caught as large as I7-pounds, 8 ounces but averages one to three pounds. Because of its eyes, it is most active at dawn and dusk It is golden, with a small white tip on the base of its tail.
Compare that to its cousin, the sauger, which is more a fish of moving water. It has no spot on its tail but has a few dozen black spots on its dorsal fin. It's also a lot smaller, with a record of 6 pounds, 2.7 ounces caught in Goodhue County.