Fishing the Walleye Capital of the World Just Keeps Getting Better

Fishing the Walleye Capital of the World Just Keeps Getting Better

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Fishing for Lake Erie walleye has never been more exciting thanks to several exceptional years of fish production in the western basin. This summer, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife trawl surveys found that there will be another walleye hatch that is well above average. In research presented to the Ohio Wildlife Council during its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 8, fisheries biologists reported the 2021 walleye hatch was the fifth largest recorded over the past 35 years. “This is fantastic news for Lake Erie walleye and the future of the fishery,”...
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