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User: den
Comment: The longnose sucker, Catostomus catostomus, is a freshwater species of fish inhabiting cold, clear waters in North America from northern USA to the top of the continent. In addition, it is one of two species of sucker to inhabit Asia, specifically the rivers of eastern Siberia. The body of the longnose sucker is long and round with dark olive or grey sides and top and a light underside. They are typically 15 - 25 inches long and weigh between one and two...
Date: 01/10/11 03:49 PM

User: railfan41
Comment: Hi Everyone,
coming to you from east hartford ct.
Ed is my name and i'm new at this game called fishing.
I would like to fish for fresh water carp,suckers & pan fish.
I was told that yellow perch are good eating how do i go about fishing for these fish.? Thanks
Date: 01/10/10 10:36 PM

User: brettinbrookline
Comment: These guys do put up a good fight and they bleed alot when hooked like lots and lots.
Date: 08/08/09 01:52 AM

User: rjr22dad
Comment: I primarily Bowfish for Carp but have cought a dozen or so by rod.If you are a freshwater fisherman I can assure you there is no greater thrill than catching a 10+ lb fish on light tackle than a carp!!! They are given a bad rap for being suckers but a true fisherman could appreciate their elusiveness to being caught by rod and tackle!!Landing a 15lb fish on 6lb test on a light rod is truely a challenge that I am proud of doing.
Date: 02/20/09 12:02 AM

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