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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by jasonb, Apr 17, 2009.
I caught a 28" and a bunch under 24" in canada mojik lake.
That is a heck of a walleye. My biggest is 29", from the Boundary Waters of Canada.
caught a 27 inch, 6.3 pound jack in the maumee river last year. The fillets were huge
Thats where my buddy caught his 32"er.
Are you serious? Why not go for an even 40"? I guess it is possible. The largest walleye ever measured and weighed went 42"/25 lbs
Now that is funny stuff
I caught a 31 and a 29 ten min. appart 2 years ago in the Bad river just before Lake Superior, in WI. They were bigger then the Northerns we caught that day.
with all the 16-18 inch fish out there, I see no reason to kill one over 26-28 inches. Let them live and breed
No, Im lying it was only 22", I was trying to start a hoax in PA for the monster Walleye and I would of got away with it if it wasnt for you pesky kids. ;D
Too many people know about the Maumee nowadays. Used to be a secret. Rule of thumb on walleyes...30"=10#!
I caught this 31.5" 12.06lbs walleye during the Camp Make a Dream walleye benift in Montana this past summer. Taking second place. I hope to start painting the repo in the next few weeks.
32 inshes,about 8 lbs in whiskonsin was the best one for me.
30 in 10.6 Lake Monroe in southern IN,the biggest ive mounted was 34 in 14.0 out of erie port clinton thanksgiving day fishing trip with some friends.
my dad caught a 28 1/8 which i netted to win the $1200 big fish prize at the carpenters union tourney on mille lacs lake, MN, two summers ago. that was a june fish.
my largest mounted for customer 35" 14 lbs
my largest 30.5 incher
20".... i don't really fish for them but i caught one bass fishing in WI one time.
my biggest is 28" caught it in may of '09 on the Montague side of the channel up in Michigan seen a 30 and 31 incher caught also last spring
My dad caught a 13 lb. Me tops 4.5
Two caught during a Port Clinton trip were 28 in - 8lbs. and 29 in - 9lbs ..Both were similar builds. Hard to believe that 1in was worth a lb.