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I read a lot about Walleye Fishing and am still a novice at it, but those in the know say that finding fish is most important. My question is: when marking fish on your electronics, how do you know they are Walleye or not? Most of the reservoirs we fish for Walleye also have trout, carp, perch, catfish, bass and whatever else. How do you know for sure you are marking what you are targeting? Any insight is greatly appreciated!!

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Gracias Fellas!

I was thinking that if you are marking fish the size of the icon or mark will be a good indication and then you just have to catch a fish in that location to find out if they are Walleye or not. I guess if you are fishing for Walley and marking fish you should be marking groups of fish as Walleye tend to school or hang out together, at least for the possibility of catching several fish you would want to be marking several.
 
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