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Offline spot

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Re: Moore Reservoir walleye??
« Reply #90 on: Feb 24, 2017, 09:51 AM »
???  My experience in Canada indicates that pike love to eat walleye?   Moore reservoir pike eat primarily yellow perch and there are a kazillion of them?

I've found bullheads stuck by the spines in pike bellies before, so I think pike will eat pretty much anything that moves past them when they're in the mood. They definitely do eat a lot of perch.
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Offline shirefisher

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Re: Moore Reservoir walleye??
« Reply #91 on: Feb 24, 2017, 11:32 AM »
So, I got no dog in this fight. But I did spit my coffee on the computer screen when I read there will be no stocking of walleye in the Moore reservoir cuz... Bernie Sanders. That was pretty funny. It sounds like this area is a great fishery though- so kudos to y'all.  I have never fished that body of water... I've caught a number of walleye in my time in Carmi and Champlain (they are 8 miles and 22 miles away). They are fun, taste great and a challenge. But catching pike, trout, bass, and many other fish on my fly gear and spinning gear are much more exciting... But I can't really blame your all's very passionate interest in increasing fishing opportunities for any species although I have very good faith in our biologists and their amazing work they have done to attempt to increase fishing opportunities of all type...

Offline nhpanfishing

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Re: Moore Reservoir walleye??
« Reply #92 on: Jul 06, 2021, 09:52 PM »
ok im sick of trout unlimited and nhs anti walleye ways I'm trying to make change and I can see alota like minded individuals here so if you look up nh panfishing on fb I have a petition to start walleye stockings and every signature helps once I get enough I'm gonna go out start testing ph and everything compile alots data and with the signatures go to the state biologists and fight for walleye stockings


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