New Rockford Transcript - Official Newspaper of Eddy County since 1883

For the Record

 

April 27, 2020

Not Even Close. While this 29.5-inch walleye caught in early May from the Sheyenne River remains the author's personal best, it doesn't hold a candle to the 33-inch state record. Now, however, is the time when records fall and big fish are caught, so know the mark and go after it for a variety of species on many waters throughout the state. Simonson Photo.

Spring is the time of the year that many die-hard anglers have in the back of their mind as the opportunity to catch the biggest fish of the season and possibly their lives. Regardless of whether they're on the tail end of the pike bite through the ice or the first run of slimers up a shallow creek, patrolling the vernal breaklines for huge walleyes along a feeder stream, or scanning the shallo...



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