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Walleye Photos

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Here goes on some walleye photos for Boar for the 12 days of Christmas, feel free to add your own for him to enjoy.  I wlll start it out with a nice photo of a nice fish but not a monster.  I'm guessing about a 24 incher or a hair bigger.

 

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30 years ago, opening day night.  30" and 30-1/2"  guess we kept em back then.  Slightly ashamed but I was 18 years old, great glasses and hat.  Skinny fish.

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I dug up a few here.

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Nice little lake north of Duluth where I get a nice eye every time in the fall.

 

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Same lake.  I put the big one back 31 inches and kept the other one.

 

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Got this 31 1/2 incher while fishing for crappies.  good luck.

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but there no smoked?????????:cry::/ nice fish guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I could only find the pic that I applied some graphic filters to for project I was working on - that's why it looks a little wonky. Caught at the cabin up on Fish Trap Lake. I'm getting to be a master at the "Hold-out" technique :) .  But it was a good-sized eye. I can only hope this thread results in some good Walleye recipes.IMG_20120928_212800.thumb.jpg.6e8dada98d

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this is the cooking forum, i wish you stick with the subject mater at hand.. kinda rude,:(

first is a 31 and second is a 30, also caugh a 29.5 and 28.5 all with in the same 40 minuest.

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my favorite way to cook walleyes is to leave the skin on smear butter over the fillet. and seasonings of your choice. put in a grill. takes maybe 1/2 hour to get done depending on the size. I also add the minced onions. bout 5 minutes before done sprinkle lemon juice over the fillet. that skin can be cooked to a crisp and the meat is still oh so good.

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Wait What! :crazy:     

That is one true northern Gal there with no shoes or socks on in an Ice house. I'm just to sensitive of a guy I guess, but my tootsies never see the light of day during the winter inside or out! :blush:

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that pictures photoshopped!!!!!!:mad: look out the window in the back of that picture.........there sitting out in da woods!!!!!!!!:P:D:lol:

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that pictures photoshopped!!!!!!:mad: look out the window in the back of that picture.........there sitting out in da woods!!!!!!!!:P:D:lol:

it's curtains on the window, smurfy.  Some sort of woodsy pattern. 

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it's curtains on the window, smurfy.  Some sort of woodsy pattern. 

I knew that...........just wanted to get under boars skin a little!!!!!!!!:P:lol::/

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Actually smurfs right we were in the woods...... but thats how good I am! Limiting out on walleyes......in the woods.BOOYAAA!

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Actually smurfs right we were in the woods...... but thats how good I am! Limiting out on walleyes......in the woods.BOOYAAA!

:P:lol::D:whistle: and the cost per lb????????????:lol:

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Sometimes we let the dog fish during the dog days of Summer and it works. 

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:D:D I like it!!!!!!!!

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I think that fish was the 29" in the photo with the guy in the orange.  We let it go and it wasn't belly up but was just sitting on the surface and that young dog jumped off the front of the boat and did his job.  We let it go again and it swam to the bottom.  I had a dog years ago grab them out of the livewell when we left it open but an open water retrieve was a new one.  

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I tried to post this and the above stuff from Boar appeared and I don't know why.  Although that is a great looking "Rattle Reel" in your fish house Boar.   ;)  Here is a pic of me by my house on the Rainy a couple of years ago.  

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The ol' sideways shot again. Sorry, Big Dave fixes these for me sometimes.   

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