Originally Posted by Diver Dan
We have a limit that seperates Walleye and Sauger, unlike most places where they combine them as a single Walleyeish type fish.
Forgot to mention that one of the reasons some areas combine them is that they also stock saugeye (hybrid: walleye eggs and sauger sperm) and I was told many fisherman have trouble telling the three species apart. Wheterh that's true or not, I don't know. Sauger and saugeye look similar and are often confused, but both neither should be confused with a walleye.