Wisconsin walleye have been declining for a long time. They aren't as plentiful as they used to be, and they're growing more slowly. Many lakes that used to support natural walleye reproduction no longer do, according to Gretchen Hansen of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Gov. Scott Walker’s science cuts may hinder efforts to halt walleye decline

Wisconsin’s walleye have been in decline for as long as scientists have been collecting solid data, about a quarter-century. They aren’t as plentiful, and they’re growing more slowly. Now the state Department of Natural Resources’ ability to research and reverse that decline could be at risk, with Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed cuts of DNR scientists. Continue Reading