What is the biggest walleye ever caught?

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The largest officially registered walleye ever caught had a length of 35 inches and had a circumference of 23 inches. The fish weighed 19.3 pounds.

An angler named Mike Hepper made the record-breaking catch in 2007 while fishing on the Columbia River in the Richland, Washington area. The fish was caught in an area of the river that was approximately 30 feet deep. The Big Fish Guide states that this large fish breaks the previous world record. The previous record holder had a length of 34 inches. It was caught in Manitoba, Canada. A typical walleye can reach a length of 30 inches and weighs about 18 pounds.

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42 inches, 25 lbs. THIS IS NOT THE SAME QUESTION AS "WHAT DO WALLEYE EAT? DUH.
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The biggest walleye ever caught was 42 inches and 25 pounds.
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Al Nelson caught his record breaking walleye in 1982 on Greer's Ferry Lake. It weighed 22 lbs 11 oz.
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The largest fish ever caught comes in a record 9 feet long. This humongous fish was a catfish that was caught in the Chiang Khong district of Thailand. Efforts were made to keep it
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The biggest walleye ever caught was 22 lbs 11 oz, and was caught in Greers Ferry, Arkansas in 1982.
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