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User: newenglandangler
Comment: Walleye live in the Connecticut River in MA, never caught one there, but they are in there.
Date: 09/21/16 06:49 PM

User: timmeh
Comment: these things live in my backyard pond
Date: 08/17/11 08:05 AM

User: bigjim
Comment: I've caught walleyes on flutter spoons, trolling crankbaits and bouncing jigs in Virginia. This is still an elusive species in the commonwealth and big fish like we see up north are rare. Our biggest in Virginia so far is 25" and was caught on Philpott Res. The New River probably is the best hot spot for them however.
Date: 03/26/11 09:02 PM

User: spidercrab
Comment: caught my walleyes when i went on a trip to quebec. awesome fish, very toothy. they seemed to like spoons and spinners. as well as trolling whole nightcrawlers. it's one of the only freshwater fish i'll eat. the fillets dredged in flour/cornmeal and fried in hot oil are a tasty treat!
Date: 02/22/11 01:49 AM

User: linkmak
Comment: plan on going after these this year at Beach Pond in arcadia... exeter
Date: 04/27/10 12:35 PM

User: carp13
Comment: Did anyone say Walleye?

Date: 04/16/10 09:32 PM

User: brettinbrookline
Comment: I saw my first walleye last week in some shallow water. I bounced my lure off his back and he didn't even flinch. he was probably 20 inches long and ugly as s***ake.
Date: 08/12/09 12:58 PM

User: cojimars
Comment: Things where picking up here in Ia. then slowed down, But had a decent day today. caught a nice 6 pounder. But will say this which I am not sure what it means. Before I was catching all Males. Today was nothing but females.
Date: 09/21/08 08:19 PM

User: fishville
Comment: real slow right now at henapen canal lock 22
av. length 11"-14"
on jig and minnow

Date: 03/27/08 10:42 PM

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