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Nimisila, Mogadore and LaDue lakes are starting to wake up for crappies, bluegills and walleye.
The $1 billion Alaska walleye pollock fishery, caught for McDonald's fish sandwiches and many frozen fish sticks, is the most valuable in America.
Watch the big walleye drop on New Year's Eve in Port Clinton: 20 feet and 600 pounds of papier-mache. 364.
Outlook: Muskie Guide Service reports: Bass fair on jerk baits and Alabama rigs in the shallows; walleyes poor to fair on crankbaits; crappies fair on jigs or minnows 10 feet down over brush piles.
Johan Enns of Drayton and Isaac Enns of St. Clements got in trouble July 29 when Canadian wildlife officers found 50 walleye in two of their coolers at the Leamington Municipal Marina.
The walleye stock is young and started small this year, said Eric Weimer, a state fisheries biologist in Lake Erie's western basin, but are now approaching legal lengths for fishermen to keep.
Anglers caught 10 non-natives: Yellow perch; black and white crappie; largemouth and smallmouth bass; pumpkinseed; bluegill; bullhead and channel catfish, and walleye.
Outlook: Jayhawk Marina reports: Channel catfish fair on variety of baits; walleyes fair on nightcrawlers off points and on the flats; all other species slow.
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