Spawning: Walleyes spawn throughout April when water temperature is 40-50 degrees. Eggs are scattered over gravel or reef areas or in the riffle areas of tributary streams.
Food: Walleye feed mostly on emerald shiners, gizzard shad, alewifes, and rainbow smelt.
Adult Size: Normally 18-24 inches and weigh 2-4 pounds. May reach 36 inches and weigh over 16 pounds.
Identification: Has a long slender body with a yellow-olive and bluish-brassy overcast on the sides; the belly is milky white. It has a large clouded eye and a dark blotch on the webbing between the last three spines of the first dorsal fin. Also has numerous sharp teeth. Similar in appearance to a sauger or saugeye.
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