On the surface, they look like most any walleye. They've got the
faraway eyes, raspy scales, and the jaw of an adept, toothy predator. But
the Gulf Coast walleye is different. And that difference and their decline
has the attention of biologists at the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's Pvt.
John Allen National Fish Hatchery (NFH) and Mississippi State University
Over most of its range, the walleye is a fish synonymous with cold
winters and cool waters, and a fish that takes to flat water ...