Didnt know walleyes had fingers??

Sure didnt taste like walleye,must have been a 8 pounder!

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Looks like oil field food to me! Wonder what will happen with that box once the food is devoured?


This is my BOOMSTICK!!!

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8 pounder?  thats a good eater isnt it?

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pigsticker Said:
Looks like oil field food to me! Wonder what will happen with that box once the food is devoured?

A trucker bomb will ensue!! haha!

Are the good times really over for good?

I'm gonna guarantee that buck a ride in the puckup truck!

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 Walleyes don't have fingers and chickens don't have nuggets

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pigsticker Said:
Looks like oil field food to me! Wonder what will happen with that box once the food is devoured?

Did you notice the price??$2.99,Not sold in oilfield countryBought a 3 piece chicken at the same spot$3.99,stanley 4 piece$6.99...

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In my opinion big walleyes don't taste good, anything over 17 inches let it swim. And if u do decide to keep a big walleye you definitely need to remove the dark line down the center, it resembles like what a silver bass has. If you don't they taste like dirt and very fishy. If I keep a big one because It wouldn't survive otherwise, I remove that line and cut it up into little bite size pieces then batter it or whatever your gonna do for cooking it and it turns out tasting much much better then one big hunk of fish. Their just to think and get tough before there cooked. Therefore just ruining a beautiful fish that will create more good eaters. And people that say let the little ones go to get big are nuts, the more little ones there are the less food there is for the big ones to survive. It's a proven theory

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Meant to say " they're just to thick and get tough before they are done cooking"

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TriebsOutdoors Said:
In my opinion big walleyes don't taste good, anything over 17 inches let it swim. And if u do decide to keep a big walleye you definitely need to remove the dark line down the center, it resembles like what a silver bass has. If you don't they taste like dirt and very fishy. If I keep a big one because It wouldn't survive otherwise, I remove that line and cut it up into little bite size pieces then batter it or whatever your gonna do for cooking it and it turns out tasting much much better then one big hunk of fish. Their just to think and get tough before there cooked. Therefore just ruining a beautiful fish that will create more good eaters. And people that say let the little ones go to get big are nuts, the more little ones there are the less food there is for the big ones to survive. It's a proven theory

Thank god someone cleared that up for us..........finally!

 

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Can't catch em, gotta get them somewhere........

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pigsticker Said:
Looks like oil field food to me! Wonder what will happen with that box once the food is devoured?

Neat

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Like this on better

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Most likely "walleye" pollock. Sold in stores and restaurants every year during lent. LOL