I wasn't sure that was you guys i was the guy in the orange shirt on the oposite side.. I didn't get any bites until 8:05 then landed 14 before 9Pm when the bite seemed to die off. my biggest was 21 she had some thick fillets for sure !!
For Boulder res, as of January 2011, the size restriction was lifted until further notice. you can technically take a 5 inch walleye if you want. All the small ones that we caught got to swim again. But all that were 15"+ are now in a different place if you know what i mean. LOL.
Sorry guys, i would like to meet you guys, but im planning to hit up jm this weekend for my brothers bday. Im all walleyed out, im ready for some white bass and wiper action. Maybe next time. I'll be posting some fish porn on sunday or monday for you guys. Good luck at boulder.
Reply by: Swigs Posted: 5/16/2012 10:35:07 AM Points: 920
Just to clarify. Unless a specific water is listed under "Special Regulations for Fishing Waters" pages 10-31 of the 2012 brochure the default general statewide regulations apply (lPage 3).
Because Boulder Reservoir walleye are not specificailly listed (pages 10-31), the general regulation of 5 walleye/saugeye/sauger in you daily bag limit applies but NO specific size restriction applies.