walleye fishing - aikens lake
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Walleye FishingAikens Lake Wilderness lodge
About The Walleye FishAikens Lake offers some of the best Walleye fishing in Canada, we thought it would be a good idea to share with you a little insight into this type of fish. One of the important things that you should know about walleye is their growth rate. Here is a guide to help you familiarize yourself with how quickly walleye develop.The BasicsWalleyes develop at very different rates depending on their gender. Their lifespan is also radically different as well. On top of that, certain factors, such as the environment and where they are located can also have a significant impact on growth rates.Life ExpectancyTypically, your average male walleye will live anywhere between 15-20 years. Female walleyes live significantly longer than males. In fact, if left alone, the average female walleye will live for around 25 years, possibly longer. The oldest recorded walleye was 29 years old, weighed 25 lbs., and was 107 cm (42) long.
Interesting FactsSome Interesting FactsThe name walleye comes from the fact that the fishs eyes stare off in opposite directions, as if just staring at walls.
While on the subject of their eyes, they can only see in shades of red and green. This is because they lack blue and yellow pigments in their eyes.
Some Interesting FactsThere is a misconception that light hurts walleyes. In fact, walleyes simply favor low light situations because it makes it easier for them to hunt.
While female walleye will produce less eggs the bigger they get, the eggs of larger walleye are more resilient and likely to actually hatch.
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