I don't know if the sciota could handle a 300# fish that lives 100yr.
Actually they do breed & are found in nature. Walleyes & saugeyes inhabit the same water & do indeed crossbreed. Why not find the post by Cory where he explains all that or from Erie & link that from the GFO too ?I still dont get the Saugeye thing(this will PO a lot of the eye guys), but its a fish that doesnt breed
Great idea Rick. Catmen, eye guys, bass dudes, fly guys, bowfisherman, trollers, mutlispecies, trout, steelies, panfish, etc, etc.I think we all need to kinda get on the same page as far as fishing as a common interest instead of promoting our personal agendas and downgrading those of others.
25 years ago they stocked Walleye in Hoover. Misfit "says" he caught them, but for me they were few and small, they didn't reproduce and the survival rate was bad, Today Saugeye are stocked in place of the walleyes and thrive in the same body of water.They replace & fill a void that "natural species" can't survive.