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Longnose Sucker
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Lakes with Sauger on FishExplorer
Sauger is a close relative the walleye. However, they are usually smaller and tolerate higher turbidity waters. They are distinguished from walleyes by a distinctly spotted dorsal fin and the lack of a white spot on the tail. Sauger are sometimes called the "sand pike." Sauger are usually less than 3 pounds and 18 inches in length.
Spawning occurs from April through May in a variety of places with the tailwater areas providing good spawning habitat, as observed in the sport catch during this time of the year. Sauger feed almost exclusively on fish.

Most Recent Sauger Forum Posts
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Sauger Articles, Blogs, & Podcasts
Blog: Colorado Sauger - Got Milt? 03.17.17 by Matt Snider
Blog: Fifteen, But Who’s Counting? – Oh, I Am! 10.17.14 by David Coulson
Blog: Ranking Colorado's Walleye Waters 05.08.13 by Ben Swigle
Blog: Boomerang Tool Co. Grip 11.07.12 by Joshua Christensen
Blog: 4 Apps Every Angler With A Smartphone Should Use 02.09.12 by Joshua Christensen
Blog: Clouser Pattern Detailed - New Article 12.16.11 by Matt Snider
Blog: Become a pro 09.30.11 by Joshua Christensen
Blog: Launches California 09.27.11 by Matt Snider
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