Walleye don’t often go deeper than 60 feet. They are most often found in water between 20 feet deep and 60 feet deep.

Some fish, like sharks, don’t posses an air bladder to help keep them afloat and must either swim continually or rest on the bottom.

March 29, 2013 | Categories: From the Gremlin

 

Some fish, like sharks, don’t posses an air bladder to help keep them afloat and must either swim continually or rest on the bottom.