Celebrating local walleye, surprising spot: Fish of the Week

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Walleye from Lake Sedgewick.
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Anthony Fieder caught a 32-inch walleye Thursday from Lake Sedgewick in Orland Park.

“I caught over 20 there this year,’’ he messaged. “I fished there for over 15 years and only caught one. All released.’’

FOTW, the celebration of big fish and their stories around Chicago fishing, runs Wednesdays on the Sun-Times outdoors page. Submit nominations on Facebook (Dale Bowman), on Twitter (@BowmanOutside) or email (straycasts@sbcglobal.net).


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