New Rockford Transcript - Official Newspaper of Eddy County since 1883

Our Outdoors: A Second for Sauger


June 29, 2020

Nick Simonson

The spotted rays of the dorsal fin and slightly slimmer profile set the sauger apart from its cousin, the walleye.

When it comes to fishing, I'm a fan of second fiddles, the underappreciated, those that don't take the top spot when it relates to what many people target on the water. I revel in the solid smack delivered by a rock bass as it steals a jig meant for a smallmouth, or when a white bass snatches a spoon cast out for a pike. Many times, the action these secondary species provide is enough for me to...

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