Most do, and most hybrids dont. Wipers and Tiger Musky are hybrids that dont reproduce. But all the others will reproduce if the water tempatures are right and the lake bottom contains the right structure for them to do so.HookNLine said:Which warm-water fish spawn and reproduce on there own? Or do all of them except wipers.
They usually stock wiper as fry, about that size 2-4 inches. But white bass look the same as fry and will naturally reproduce if they are in the water system so you could also be seeing them.fishingkats said:ok i want to know how small do they stock the wipers
because this sumer i have seen alot of little ones about 2-4 inch long ones do they stock them that small
That is one reason the DOW supposedly started stocking Saugeyes in irragation reservoirs...walleyes supposedly are more likely to swim downstream with water being let out than saugeyes are...that and I believe saugeyes can tolerate warmer and more turbid water...the thing that bugged me was why stock j-martin if there were letting water out
Hmm.. So what do you call a trout with both cutbow parents? Maybe, stutter the name? cuh cut bow? Woah.. Sorry, still in 1eyeReD land right now.ClackaRam said:yes to both questions, the rainbows from Mac do reproduce, and cutbows also reproduce.