Walleye (Sander vitreus)


Walleye
Sander vitreus

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Perciformes
Family: Percidae
Genus: Sander
Species: S. vitreus
Color varies, but walleye are generally dark olive brown on top grading to almost white below. Walleye have two well-separated dorsal fins; the first fin has a large black spot at its rear base. The opaque eyes, giving the fish its common name, and canine teeth are other prominent features. Source: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Fishing Spots
Name Location
Adams-McGill Reservoir White River Valley, NV
American Flat Creek Orovada, NV
Angel Lake Wells, NV
Baily Fishing Pond Casron City, NV
Barley Creek Tonopah, NV
Barth Pit Carlin, NV
Basset Lake McGill, NV
Bassett Lake McGill, NV
Battle Mountain High School Pond NV,
Beatty Pond Beatty, NV
Beaver Dam Wash Panacea, NV
Beaver Dam Wash Mesquite, NV
Big Creek Austin, NV
Big Springs Reservoir Denio, NV
Bilk Creek Reservoir Denio, NV
Blue Lakes Denio, NV
Boulder City Urban Pond Boulder City, NV
Boulder Reservoir Gerlach, NV
Bruneau River Mountain City, NV
Bull Run Reservoir Owyhee, NV
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