What Ate The Stringer?

What Ate The Stringer of Fish?

What Ate The Stringer of Fish?

The guys from our Lake House this week had a stringer of fish down at the dock overnight — with plans to use the fish as bait fish today, or whatever… BUT, this morning, instead of a bunch of bluegill fish on a stringer, this is what they found: Teeth. Remnants. Basically, nada!
So, what in the heck ate these fish? Would a catfish do this? Maybe a striper? Carp? How about a raccoon?
What do you think? Comments welcome!

Wow! A Bunch of Bluegill Reduced to This

Wow! A Bunch of Bluegill Reduced to This

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2 Responses to What Ate The Stringer?

  1. Rob Tegel says:

    Turtles more than likely. That’s why you should always use a basket, particularly if left over night.
    This is quite common where there is a fish cleaning station. Gars are another pest.

  2. shredda77 says:

    Thanks Rob! I forgot about gars! (Didn’t think turtles could slaughter so many bluegill… but maybe!) Thanks!

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