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it's a new ND state saugeye record

June 3, 2013

Lab results confirm Dan Faiman’s state record fish is a saugeye.
The Fairview, Mont. angler caught the 12 pound record fish on Jan. 16 from the Yellowstone River. Because the fish had identifying characteristics of both species, genetic material was sent to a lab to determine whether the fish was a walleye, sauger or saugeye, which is a cross between the two.
Faiman’s catch broke the previous record, set in 1984, by 4 ounces.

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