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    pic of baby walleye?

    Discussion in 'Cold Water, Temperate and North American Native Fi' started by holmes14, Feb 10, 2009.

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      Does anyone have any pictures of young/baby walleye around a inch or so. I got a fish from a local bait shop in with the feeders that looks like a walleye, but not possitive i would just like some pics to compare it to. Thanks
       
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      Can you put up a photo of your fish?
       
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      A stickleback ....perhaps...?? :naughty:
       
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      http://images.google.com/imgres?img...rling&um=1&hl=en&client=safari&rls=en-us&sa=N

      Is that them? Those things look almost exactly like sticklebacks to me. Only their fins are different. Check if they have 2 or 1 dorsal fin. Walleye have 2. AND they have pelvic fins. Sticklebacks don't have pelvic fins at all, although some have a single spine in place of them. I dunno how you can tell the difference between them and darters. You would probably have to watch the way they swim. I am sure you have already checked google though. This is the best I can do for now.

      Here is a bigger one: (it has been "branded")
      http://www.fisheries.org/units/educ...Dark freeze brand on a fingerling walleye.jpg
       
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      if they are from the bait shop.. its most likely sticklebacks..
       
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      i agree that its probably a stickleback. pics might help
       

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