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>From jwiegert at nexus_v-wave.com  Sat May 30 22:28:58 1998
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From: klaus.schoening at jungle_org (Segeberger)
Subject: Re: Thread on Suckers 
Date: Sat, 30 May 1998 22:31:09 GMT
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-> hi
-> how do you catch those redhorses and hogsuckers?will they readily 
-> enter traps? i have spotted some hogsuckers in a stream and set traps 
-> there but when i retrieve them there is everything else in them but 
-> hogsuckers(creekchubs,sunfish,longnose dace). are those suckers 
-> smarter than other fish?or too stupid to find the entrance?

-> thanks a lot

-> patrick
I don't know about trapping them, but I have caught hogsuckers
barehanded before, as well as with a seine or dipnet, hogusckers aren't
that hard to catch if they are present..... for redhorses i would try
using a cast net if its legal in your area.