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DaveF

47 lb walleye?

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Me too.  The lack of of information in this digital age has me wondering what the practical joke is.  Who catches a fish 1/4 of that size and doesn't get a picture of it? 

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not even worth discussing. didn't happen, and will never happen.

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The same Brian Williams that lie about being shot at!

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The Columbia River yielded a twenty eight pound walleye last year. The New York record Walleyes are not from the Great Lakes but from the Kinzua Reservoir, part of the Ohio River system that show different genes from our lakes.

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about 1/2 the age of a 47 lbr..

LOL RAY, that make sence, I think????

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According to the Pa fish commission, a 10 lb Lake Erie walleye is about 10 year old..... I know you can age them from growth rings on the scales.....I've just never got ahold of a scale from one that's 28 lbs...... perhaps one that's that large..... is on a different growth curve .... longer growing period, etc..... bad question.... sorry.

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The zander or the pike perch can get up to 44 lbs. To bad there only in Eurasia

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There's one (Zander) hanging on the wall that the 1,000 Island Bait Shop off Rte 81. I saw that thing on the wall and immediately asked if it was a Zander. I KNEW it couldn't be a Walleye. Not that big. But it sure looked like one. Owner said yes, it was a Zander, and that he'd caught it on a trip to Europe.

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