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Thread: Ontario Species list: what you guys got and what you want

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    Longnose gar, Chinook Salmon, Fallfish and Round Goby have been added to my species list (y) Been a good year for fishing this year, lots of new species

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    Hmm... Lets see if I can get the old remembery cranked up and running...

    Lake Trout
    Brook Trout
    Rainbow Trout
    Ling
    Whitefish
    Cisco
    White Sucker
    Smallmouh Bass
    Largemouth Bass
    Rock Bass
    Pumpkinseed
    Yellow Perch
    Northern Pike
    Muskellunge
    Slimy Sculpin ( i think that species? It was a sculpin for sure)
    Creek Chub
    Splake
    Walleye
    Sauger
    Mooneye
    My father in law took me like nto a lake near Timmins that was full of blue coloured walleyes that left blue slime in the bottom of the boat. I dont think they were a seperate species, though.

    Edit: I was forgetting Brown Bullhead

    That's about it for caught species.

    As for bucket list,
    Maybe some Salmon out of Huron
    Atlantic Salmon
    Lake Sturgeon, but now they are protected, so probably not fish for them in Ontario.
    Maybe a trip for Auroras.
    Learn all you can about nature. What we don't understand, we fear and what we fear, we destroy.
    Teach a young person to hunt and fish, after all, someone taught you.

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    Update: looking at old photos off the ol albums. 4 more added on my list.

    Saugeye, Finescale Dace, Golden Shiner and Mooneye

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    Update: ever moving to midland/wasaga area. so many new lifers for me.

    Logperch, Rudd, Spottail shiner, Rainbow Smelt, Bluegill, Carp, Hornyhead chub, Bluegill X pumpkinseed Hybrid, Channel Catfish, Northern Sunfish and Pumpkinseed x northern Sunfish Hybrid.

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    You people do know that there are 1100 species of fish in Canada.
    All of your list are impressive compared to mine .

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