Walleye are piscivores (i.e. fish-eaters) and usually feed on any species of fish that they can catch and swallow, states the University of Minnesota website. They commonly eat yellow perch and various species of minnows... More »

Raccoons, opossums, mink, snakes and muskrats are common land predators for crayfish. Catfish and other ray-finned fish such as bass, pickerel and muskie prey on crayfish. Crayfish also eat each other. More »

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As omnivores, Crayfish like to eat shell fish, worms, plants, insects, plankton, insects and snails. Crayfish are not picky and will even eat dead fish, decaying plants and dead animals. They will eat anything within the... More »

Walleye has a taste that is very similar to chicken and is also slightly sweet. Walleye meat is white, and it has a significantly tender consistency. More »

Some popular recipes for walleye fish include Crispy Baked Walleye and Fresh Walleye with Garlic Wine Sauce. To make Crispy Baked Walleye, whisk 2 eggs and 1 tablespoon of water in one bowl, and combine 1/3 cup each of d... More »

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Key differences between the walleye and the pike include adult size and overall body color. Pickerel range in adult size from 3 to 60 pounds, while walleye grow to around 15 pounds. The walleye's overall body color is ol... More »

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One difference between a walleye and a pickerel is that a walleye is a member of the perch family, and a pickerel is a type of pike. The walleye is also considerably larger than a pickerel. The walleye can grow to nearly... More »