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    My mistake, I was thinking perch and not walleye. Hell to get 70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marty View Post
    I have several friends that went to this fish cleaning house and seen fisherman from wisconson bring walleye 10 inches and above to be cleaned. They should refuse to clean walleyes under 15 inches.
    Bay's Edge does refuse to clean undersized fish. They wrap it up in a plastic bag and hand it back to whom ever brought it in and ask them to take it out of their place. It's a $100 fine for Bay's Edge if the DNR comes in and sees undersized fish. I was there and witnessed this.

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    Congo

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    Thanks for all your replys.We head east after fishing so Catchers is out of the way,but probably not that far compared to waiting 2-3hrs somewhere else.Enjoy your fishing!


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