Walleye are wall-to-wall in Catawba

As of today the daily catch limit for walleye caught in Lake Erie is four per angler, with a size limit of 15 inches.
Kelly Rivera
Mar 1, 2014
Nathan Nye, 44, of Oak Harbor, displays the walleye he hauled in earlier this month during a visit to Catawba, where fishermen have been pulling in huge walleye this season.

As of today the daily catch limit for walleye caught in Lake Erie is four per angler, with a size limit of 15 inches.

The regulation remains in effect until April 30, and any regulations beyond that date have yet to be set.

For information go to wildohio.com.

Comments

mikeylikesit

very nice!

RES

Take all the pregnant ones. MORONS!

No Wake

Walleye don't get pregnant, they spawn, and when they do, they do it in the spring.

BabyMomma

They are, the most interesting fish in the world.

worddrow811

no comment

cam

Hmmmmmmmm. Limit was 6 and I see 7 laying there and him holding one.

KnuckleDragger

How do you know he is not fishing with someone else and some of those fish don't belong to another member of his party.

Blaze

ODNR sets the limits and manages fish for Lake Erie. Our great lake offers some of the best fishing in the world so ODNR must be doing it right. As for the limit comment...I can show you a picture from Friday with just me and 18 walleye. I was fishing with two other guys. Someone took this guys pic and I can guess that it was his fishing partner. Don't jump to conclusions without educating yourself people!

Stop It

Expand the picture. (click on it) There are 11 total. This also could be over several days and he's showing off previous catches as well. Either way this guy has some good fish dinners in store.