Most people are familiar with walleye that live in the upper mid-western section if the United States. Walleye are typically the fish of many a story around the cabin in the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan where there tends to be excitement about a walleye that is larger than five to six pounds. Well, the walleye that have come to be in abundance throughout a specific section of the Snake River in Washington known as Lyons Ferry not only supports a large population of walleye but it also supports walleye that can grow to 15 pounds.
They are plentiful numbers of walleye in the one to eight pound range, but we want to guide you into your trophy walleye that is over 10 pounds.
Also, walleye are well known for how great they taste and are similar in texture to a saltwater rock cod. Just ask our guide Jim McCarthy (that's Jim in the photo) for his favorite walleye recipe as Jim actually prefers eating walleye over salmon!