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|Walleye gets its name for its pearlescent eye, which helps it see in the dark and looks reflective, and is considered by
some to be the best-tasting freshwater fish around. Walleye for the most part doesn't have a strong fishy taste. With its
tender yet firm white flesh, you can leave the table fully satisfied no matter how it's cooked. The next time you have a
fish fry, make sure you cook some walleye
Walleye, a popular game fish, is a freshwater fish found in the freshwaters of Canada and northern parts of the United
States. Walleye is not only a challenge for anglers, it is also delicious. Walleye is elusive but much sought after and is
prized for its white fillets. Average walleye is about 14 inches long and weighs about 1 pound but can grow up to 31
inches in length. They are either olive or gold in color. Walleye is very versatile and can be pan fried, deep fried, or
baked. One of the easiest ways to prepare walleye is broiling but it is best when prepared baked or grilled with pan
frying being the quickest way to cook the fish.
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