Now I gotta tell you, sometimes I hate my job. Today was NOT one of those days! Everything went FLAWLESSLY. The rains held off, there were a TON of walleye, and it was VERY interesting to see how the guys from the Div. of Wildlife collected the eggs. They were making saugeye today! That was one of the most interesting stories I've done. There are some BIG walleye in Mosquito... and Northerns, and crappie, and gills, and catfish... Saw them ALL today! Amazing fishery. That's for sure. I only regret I only have 1:25 to tell the story. There's so much going on. They're going to stock 17-20 million walleye all over the state this year, that I do know. Plus, they've figured out a way to treat the eggs that takes care of any VHS issues the USFWS may be worried about. COOL STUFF! I have a few pix I need to edit and post, but teh video portion is done and I will post it in a little while. Thanks Matt and the rest of the guys from District 3, plus all the hatchery teams for allowing me to tell the story. It's far from perfect, but I think it conveys what you do in a general sort of way.