Latest Walleye Stories
By Will Elliott >Lake Erie The first solid sign of fall fishing showed up this past week with a few nice steelhead trout hitting at 65-foot depths off Cattaraugus Creek. Rick Miller at Miller's Bait & Tackle heard of a couple smaller steelies stealing into mouth-of-the-creek waters.
By Mike Jackson Daily Herald Outdoors Writer I presume many anglers are ready for spring fishing action. The experts tell us the magic water temperature for walleyes to do their spring spawning dance is between 42 and 48 degrees.
By Bob Frye High Point Lake is the kind of place you fish only if you really mean to. Located near Mt. Davis -- the highest point in Pennsylvania -- in the mountains of Somerset County, it's far off the beaten path.
By PAUL A. SMITH Calumet Harbor -- The Calumet pulls out of its dock just after sunrise, chugging west through a veil of steam that rises from the warm waters of Lake Winnebago.
Keystone Lake in Armstrong County gave up a 44-inch musky this week and a 35-inch musky last week, according to Pam Warr of Keystone Bait and Tackle in Shelocta. A few nice bass and walleyes have also shown up, too.
By Scott Richardson HUDSON - A couple of weeks ago, The Pantagraph featured a story on night fishing for muskies. It told how anglers could take big fish after dark when angling pressure was less and muskies were actively feeding and vulnerable.
By Scott Richardson, The Pantagraph, Bloomington, Ill. Jul. 31--HUDSON -- A couple of weeks ago, The Pantagraph featured a story on night fishing for muskies. It told how anglers could take big fish after dark when angling pressure was less and muskies were actively feeding and vulnerable.
OAK ISLAND, NORTHWEST ANGLE, Minn. _ In July the sun rises here early and stays in the sky late and nearly everyone thinks about fishing. Maybe not the postmaster on Oak Island, Don McClanathan, who opens his small office three days a week. But everyone else.
By Chris Niskanen, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn. Jul. 27--Walleye artists, start your paintbrushes. The subject of Minnesota's newest wildlife stamp competition is also the state's fish, officially known as the walleye, but also affectionately known as Walter or Mr. Waldo.
By Bob Frye, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 27--Around the Fish & Boat Commission --It's what didn't show up in a survey of Conneaut Lake in Crawford County that's as interesting as what did.
The Zander is found in the fresh and brackish (salt and fresh water mix) waters of Europe and Asia. This fish is closely related to the perch but often mistaken for pike therefore they have been given the label of pike-perch. It was introduced to the British waterways in the 20th century and spread rapidly. It can be harmful to other wildlife making it a predatory fish. The Zander fish is a popular game fish and is consumed frequently. It can reach 44 pounds with an average length of 16-32...
The Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens), is a species of perch found in the United States and Canada. Yellow perch look similar to the European perch but are paler and more yellowish, with less red in the fins. They have 6-8 dark vertical bars on their sides. The yellow perch is in the same family as the walleye and sauger, but in a different family from the white perch. Yellow perch size can vary greatly between bodies of water, but adults are usually between 4-10 inches in length and weigh...
The White sucker, Catostomus commersonii, is a bottom-feeding freshwater fish inhabiting North America from Labrador in the north to Georgia and New Mexico in the south. It is a long, round-bodied fish with a dark green, grey, copper, brown, or black back and sides and a light underbelly. When full grown, it is between 12 and 20 in long and weighs between 2 and 4 lb. It will eat almost anything it can, but most commonly small invertebrates and plant matter. Larger predatory fish species such...