The largest officially registered walleye ever caught had a length of 35 inches and had a circumference of 23 inches. The fish weighed 19.3 pounds. More »

To catch walleyes, consult local organizations to determine where the fish are located, and use the appropriate bait for the season and water conditions. Using a depth-finder helps to identify the location of fish. Catch... More »

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To fish for walleye, focus on the areas of lakes where they are likely to be found, and use shiners along with the right jig to bring a nice catch into the boat. Remaining flexible about the type of jig can help you turn... More »

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The world record for walleye was registered at 22 pounds 11 ounces. It was caught in 1982 during a fishing tournament on Greer's Ferry Lake in Arkansas. More »

The largest catfish ever caught was 9 feet long and weighed nearly 650 pounds. The catfish was hooked in Thailand on May 1, 2005. In addition to being the biggest catfish on record, experts think it may be the biggest fr... More »

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According to the water sports supply company West Marine, oars should be one-half the distance between the oarlocks times three, plus six inches. Boats that are unusually narrow require shorter oars. More »

U.S. states and the federal government regulate fishing to set length of seasons; limit the number, size and species of fish that may be taken; and regulate what tackle and methods may be used on bodies of water. State a... More »

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