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Name:   Spot Remover - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Blueback herring
Date:   8/17/2016 10:17:07 AM   IP ADDRESS: 24.181.40.185

Wish we could find out who put the bluebacks into the lake. Had 4 dead ones float by me while swimming yesterday.

DIY bucket biology can ruin a fisheries. (Yeah, I know about Lanier)





Name:   John C - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Blueback herring
Date:   8/17/2016 11:07:39 AM   IP ADDRESS: 97.86.48.62

Hopefully it's not these "professional" guides that got busted on Smith Lake for introducing them:

http://www.al.com/outdoors/index.ssf/2015/08/smith_lake_guides_cited_for_im.html

 

 





Name:   Spot Remover - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Blueback herring
Date:   8/23/2016 6:34:37 AM   IP ADDRESS: 24.181.40.185

Thanks, John. Sorry for waiting so long to reply. I guess if people want to look for  larger bass in open 

water (of say, a 3 mile diameter), I hope they enjoy it. With these things ranging in big water and the 

yellow perch being established as largemouth/spot forage averaging 20 feet deep, the topwater may be 

pretty tough.

Again, I hope they nail them.







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