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Lake: Tarryall Reservoir
Fish: Walleye

walleye

Post By: Zrayy      Posted: 6/26/2019 12:32:49 PM     Points: 225    
so I had not been here in years but recently have made a few trips up with lots of luck for good sized trout. my last trip last weekend a gut fishing next to us called me over and asked what kind of fish he had. when I looked at his fish to my surprise it was a little walleye. I was caught off guard because I did not think there were any in this lake, so over the last few days I have been looking it up but can not find anywhere that there are supposed to be any in this lake. anyone know of walleye being introduced to this body of water? if not who do I report this to?
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: Jun. 26, 12:40:05 PM     Points: 5232    
CWP . . . .ASAP!!!!!
Walleye there is big no,no.
 Reply by: panfishin      Posted: Jun. 26, 1:42:29 PM     Points: 7802    
Yea what HP said...let me know any and all of the details of the catch, size of the fish, location on the lake where it was caught , etc. did you take a picture for evidence by chance? Send that too if you got it.
 Reply by: spicyhombre      Posted: Jun. 26, 2:01:24 PM     Points: 5380    
Did they keep or release it?
 Reply by: thompo      Posted: Jun. 26, 2:14:55 PM     Points: 220    
we’re on the fast track to rotenone in Tarryall if that’s the case
 Reply by: Zrayy      Posted: Jun. 26, 2:36:07 PM     Points: 225    
was like 8in they returned it and did so before I could get a pic and it was right off the first campground if you are coming from Jefferson.
 Reply by: WapitiStalker      Posted: Jun. 26, 3:12:28 PM     Points: 0    
And you're 100% sure it was a walleye? sorry not to question you or doubt you but just wondering if theres any possibility of it being another fish maybe a baby pike or tiger muskie or something..
 Reply by: Zrayy      Posted: Jun. 26, 6:54:38 PM     Points: 225    
no I am sure it was a walleye, that's why I was so surprised
 Reply by: fishin buddy      Posted: Jun. 26, 9:17:13 PM     Points: 99    
havent been there in about 10 years but now maybe a reason to go back. last time I was there a boat went over the spillway onto the rocks and had to be rescued
 Reply by: sho-nuff      Posted: Jun. 27, 10:37:51 AM     Points: 0    
What's the problem if Walleye are in there?
 Reply by: Wacokid57      Posted: Jun. 27, 2:25:36 PM     Points: 11    
Could it possibly have been a perch?
 Reply by: DALEHUNTER      Posted: Jun. 27, 5:35:55 PM     Points: 11    
Probably a small sucker
 Reply by: elkinthebag      Posted: Jun. 29, 2:02:28 PM     Points: 2088    
Perch or stickle back minnow. They have been making more of an appearance since everyone is on a big pike killing spree there.
 Reply by: wingman13      Posted: Jun. 30, 1:10:50 PM     Points: 740    
I would suspect a small Pike


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