Whats your biggest walleye?

Discussion in 'Walleye Fishing' started by Rockjumper, Feb 11, 2006.

  1. Rockjumper

    Rockjumper New Member

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    Parker,Pennsylvania
    Allegheny river walleye, 26" in july, firetiger rapala.
     
  2. misterwhiskers

    misterwhiskers New Member

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    Trenton
    28 inches,Deleware River,orange shad rap-4 in.
    Was a summer month,august maybe even september.
    Were catching quite a few at end of summer.
     

  3. davesoutfishing

    davesoutfishing New Member

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    Menominee Michigan
    9.8 pounds on the Miss below pool 18 4 weeks ago
     
  4. Catcaller

    Catcaller New Member

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    SoutheastKansas
    9 pounds out of the Neosho river in Se Kansas...while whitebass fishing last spring.
     
  5. dafin

    dafin New Member

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    Manhattan,Kan
    Mine was just over 13# out of the big blue river at manhattan
     
  6. spoonfish

    spoonfish New Member

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    Warsaw, Mo.
    30 inch. Lac Suel Lake, Ontario Canada.
     
  7. sal_jr

    sal_jr New Member

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    Ithaca, MI
    32 inches, 13 lbs.

    On Dog Lake in canada during the right time of the year you can fill a big ole cooler with 8+ pounders all night. Its unreal there.

    I got 27 walleye in 3 hours over 27 inches with my grandfather 2 years back.
     
  8. Larry

    Larry New Member

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    Minnesota
    27inches Lake Manion Canada
     
  9. Catcaller

    Catcaller New Member

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    Wow...that's some serious action by our standards here in Se Kansas. Best I've ever done is 12 in a day....and they weren't 27 inches either. Perhaps up to 24"...with a rare one exceeding that. However...it's probably an operator malfunction...Lol. I'm still learning how...but I am making progress.

    But what we lack in numbers of fish...we make up for with the walleye fishing pressure in these parts being practically nill. What we have the most of here is bass, crappie, or catfishermen. But that's perfectly ok by me...I'd trade any amount of bass for one decent walleye. Although those catfish and crappie aren't too bad themselves...Lol. ;)
     
  10. nuthinlikeacat

    nuthinlikeacat New Member

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    Eden Prairie, Minnesota
    my personal best is 29.5 inches, although my buddy caught one 16 lbs,15 oz fishing in Canada.
     
  11. Creek_Chub

    Creek_Chub New Member

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    Loveland, Ohio
    5lbs. here from the Maumee River NW Ohio. Only fish for em 1 or 2 weekends a year during the run. 1st try was about 8 years ago and been going up every year since. Man they are good eatin.
     
  12. 223reload

    223reload New Member

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    Oklahoma
    I got 2 and havent caught another since one was8-12 the other was 7-10 from Ute Lake ,Logan N.M.
     
  13. misterwhiskers

    misterwhiskers New Member

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    Nows the time to go get em,they start spawnin when water temps hit 42-44 degrees.Find em shallow areas with pea gravel and bowling bowl size rocks,wing dams are good.They like to spawn in these areas.

    Fish just out of the current alongside a hole in these areas.
     
  14. Gone fishin 4 kittys

    Gone fishin 4 kittys New Member

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    Pittsburgh, PA
    three pounder out of the allgheny river, caught him on a shiner
     
  15. peewee williams

    peewee williams New Member

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    While living at Tybee Island Georgia,I stuffed (with newspaper ) and dried the head of a 3 1/2 ft.Barracuda that I caught and ate (smoked ).A visiter from east Tenn.asked if he could have it.Back home,he passed it off as "the great big Walleye that he had caught and eaten." I think that his main responses were." I cain;t believe that you were dumb enough to eat a world record Walleye."and Comments on " the awsome teeth that they grow,when they get that large." I often wonder if he ever owned up to what it was.Makes you wonder how many Walleye his buddys had seen and what they had consumed pryer to the viewing.It make you think that you could get those good old boys to hold the bag every time,while Snipe Hunting on a weekly bases.peewee-williams ps,Leroy.If you are out there somewhere,are you still passing off that Barracudas head as a Walleyes?
     
  16. duxsrus

    duxsrus New Member

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    SW Ohio
    I've never had the pleasure of catching a walleye at all.
     
  17. 223reload

    223reload New Member

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    Oklahoma
    the real pleasure in in the eatin:) ;) ;) ;)
     
  18. Damian_Storm

    Damian_Storm New Member

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    indiana
    i caught my biggest last year at lake monroe it was 9 lbs.
     
  19. delawareriver

    delawareriver Member

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    bath pa
    only ever caught 3, (all were while drifting worms for catfish) biggest was 24 inchs or so.
     
  20. Believer

    Believer New Member

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    Greenwood, AR.
    Hmmm, good question. I don't have exact stats but, I'd have to say that my biggest was probably 3-4 pounds.

    Eric