On December 15th, 2000, Anthony Duncan was fishing on the New River in Virginia when he caught this 15 Lbs., 15 oz. bruiser of a walleye.
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When you are using live bait, you can cut one of the pectoral fins off the baitfish. This will cause the bait to swim in circles and drive the northern pike crazy.
Look at that stringer of Walleye’s. Not alot of room in this picture for the Gremlin. We hear that these were caught on a local Minneapolis lake. Which one? Only the Gremlin knows!
That’s a pretty nice haul for the 2012 Minneosta Fishing Opener last weekend. The Gremlin says, “Congratulations Dennis, Ben, Josh and Matt!”
The Gremlin gives this Walleye a Thumbs Up! They don’t get any prettier than that! Thanks Melody for the great picture!
I call this recipe Wonderful Walleye. Why? Because it’s wonderful. Wonderful Walleye 1 bottle Caesar dressing Soda cracker crumbs Parmesan cheese Walleye fillets Marinate walleye fillets in Caesar dressing 30 minutes or longer. Mix equal parts of cracker crumbs and Parmesan. Coat fillets with cracker mixture. Bake on greased pan 12 to 15 minutes at [...]
Brothers Doug and Roger battled it out on Lake Koronis, near Paynesville, MN with Doug one upping Roger 6 fish to 5.
Angler’s Xperience “16lb Huge Walleye”. Enjoy.
I caught these fish at Aurora Reservoir in Colorado using a 2oz. bottom bouncer with a 6ft. mono leader to a slow death hook and a crawler. Trolling speed in the fall needs to be .08-.09 mph. With the water temp at 75* F the walleye are pretty lethargic and need bat tht is slow. [...]