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Thread: Not allowed to keep invasive smallmouth bass in Cultus. WTF??????

  1. #11
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    Re: Not allowed to keep invasive smallmouth bass in Cultus. WTF??????

    Quote Originally Posted by tigrr View Post
    Take a camp stove and a frying pan with some butter, salt and pepper and enjoy. Never caught one fishing in the beaver valley chain.
    i prefer them steamed then covered in finely julienned fresh ginger, minced green onions, black pepper, soy sauce and then crackling hot peanut oil.

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    Re: Not allowed to keep invasive smallmouth bass in Cultus. WTF??????

    gut em as soon as you catch em ( they have super strong stomach acids that can affect meat flavor) then put them on ice but cook and serve them fresh and they will be at their prime

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    Re: Not allowed to keep invasive smallmouth bass in Cultus. WTF??????

    Why do they have a daily limit (20) on an invasive fish in Cultus lake, I understand it's a regional limit but why don't they have an exception for Cultus lake.

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    Re: Not allowed to keep invasive smallmouth bass in Cultus. WTF??????

    Quote Originally Posted by ACB View Post
    Why do they have a daily limit (20) on an invasive fish in Cultus lake, I understand it's a regional limit but why don't they have an exception for Cultus lake.
    I agree, I am not sure why they do that.
    Don't they also have a cap on Walleye on the Columbia as well?
    Again, they are also invasive there.

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    Re: Not allowed to keep invasive smallmouth bass in Cultus. WTF??????

    i'm going to try at the north end of the lake where they found their nests. Go from there into deeper water, hopefully find them with my Garmin and then dropshot down to them. Try to present a foot or two above where they are grouping.

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    Re: Not allowed to keep invasive smallmouth bass in Cultus. WTF??????

    ^^^^Good Luck.
    Show some pics if you get any.
    Maybe leave a few hints where to find if you do

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    Re: Not allowed to keep invasive smallmouth bass in Cultus. WTF??????

    Yum fresh B a s s.
    The challenge of retirement is how to spend time without spending money.
    The worst day slinging lead is still better than the best day working.
    Look around is there someone you can introduce to shooting because that’s the only way we will buck the anti gun trend sweeping Canada! "tigrr 2006"


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    Re: Not allowed to keep invasive smallmouth bass in Cultus. WTF??????

    Quote Originally Posted by CranePete View Post
    No targeting, no retention. They’re in the Beaver Lake chain which I believe ties into the Quesnel River(hello, Mr Rupp?), which dumps into the Fraser.
    lol....hmm yes they are indeed in the BLC...know an individual that did catch a couple small ones...very site orientated..he went back and caught more in same location..



    im not sure of the water dynamics..your flow makes sense from geographical standpoint..not much seperation from Beaver valley..to Quesnel river
    srupp

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