Your Best Guess

Schultz, Ken
December 2000
Field & Stream;Dec2000, Vol. 105 Issue 8, p89
Provides tips on how to measure a fish based on their length and girth. Disadvantages of live-weighing a fish; List of weight-estimation formulas provided by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources; Purpose of using weight-estimation formulas or tables. INSET: When you do weigh, by K.S..


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