There was recently an interesting article in the ohio outdoor news magazine that talked about pymatuning walleye. The young walleye dont seem to be surviving in there. When the division of wildlife dropped nets in the spring they caught over 1100 walleye and there wasnt one fish under 15 in. They ranged from 15 - 27 in. Biologists are trying to figure out why the young walleye cannot survive. This year alone they released 16 million frye and said that they should be about 8 inches long come September. The article said that walleye anglers used to complain about catching too many sub-legal fish as they must be over 15 in in pymatuning to keep. Now the size is there but the numbers aren't. If there are no young walleye now, what does this mean for the future of the lake? Interesting.