I'm a transplanted Mid-westerner but have lived here in Puget Sound Country most of my life.
Of course no one here amongst the Salmonids' lovers know anything about Walleye, even though it can be fished for in Lake Roosevelt and the Columbia River down to Kalama now.
I can't find it on a menu or in a store, anywhere in Washington or Oregon.
I know that Walleye is a game fish and must be imported from Canada or sourced from a sanctioned Native American Tribe. So what's the problem?
If you haven't had Walleye, you haven't had fish, kids.
I can't get out to fish for my own anymore, so help the old boy out and tell me what rock I haven't looked under yet!
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