I've been kind of lazy the last two evenings about putting my boat in the water. I'm still teaching the after-school program, so I don't get home until almost 6pm. Next week will be different because that will be over and muskie season is open. Anyway, I've been checking out a few new holes on the river without much success. Last night, the river was moving pretty good and I casted a ton without even a hit. On Monday night, I fished the same hole and had two strikes on the blue husky jerk. The second strike was a success with a upper 20 inch walleye. The fish took me up river pretty good before I was able to bring it up to shore. Unfortunately, my timer is giving me problems, so I couldn't get a good pic other than the one on my game bag. I put the big walleye back to help continue good fishing on the river for years to come. The worse thing a sportsman can do to a body of water is to keep a big fish. They are the genetics and producers of off spring for years to come. Taking that fish out of the system causes serious damage to the system and of course make fishing less productive for future anglers. That walleye went through all odds to get that big and it is selfish to keep big fish. Okay, I'm done ranting on keeping trophy fish.