May 20, 2020
Saugers are walleyes’ little cousins, but their attitude more than makes up for it. These spot-finned, piscatorial versions of scrappy bantam roosters and flyweight human prizefighters attack anglers’ lures with a vengeance that puts all but the most aggressive walleyes to shame.
This ready-to-rumble mindset makes saugers prime targets for fishermen, especially when environmental conditions such as cold fronts put walleyes in a funk. Plus, saugers taste great, giving savvy anglers seeking fine table fare yet another reason to set their sights on these spotted fiends.
To consistently catch saugers, particularly super-size spots, anglers must first understand a bit...
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