Having a good walleye size chart memorized or printed out and in a waterproof bag is a great idea! If you are a an organized Walleye fisherman you might even consider laminating your favorite walleye size chart to make sure it stays dry and in your tackle box for years to come.
Simple Walleye Size Chart. You put in Length and get weight
This size to weight chart was found over at https://targetwalleye.com/whats-the-best-walleye-length-to-weight-formula/ . There are some good formulas here to estimate the size of your walleye based on if they are big head and skinny, Normal, or fat with a seemingly small head.
Walleye Size Chart based on Age
With all of that lab like precision this chart clearly comes from The Scientific Fisherman. There is a lot of other good science based information here for my nerdier readers.
The different data from different lakes is really informative to how a walleyes environment will affect its growth. This highlights how readers may find each chart more or less useful depending on where they are at in the world. Please let us know how these charts stack up to where you are fishing .
Walleye inches to millimeters conversion chart.
This is a great chart for converting millimeters or centimeters (if you divide by 10) into inches. It was created in 2006 for use in ontario and was found at Wrights Camp Blog.
Walleye size chart based on age and length for 2006 in Ontario.
This was used in conjunction with the previous walleye chart over at Wrights Camp Blog. It is fascinating to see the large dips that can happen when these populations have stressful years in their lives. It is also clear that to identify age by length alone is not really possible to a high degree and all of these charts are more of an estimate.
Walleye size chart growth rate and age Minnesota and South Dakota
This Walleye growth rate & age determination graphic comes from the world of walleyes over at in-fisherman.com
This walleye growth rate and age chart is specific to the size you would expect to find walleye in Minnesota and South Dakota. It gives a close up of what they actually see and count in labs when they study this data.
This chart only goes to 7 years of age with the longest fist recorded coming in at 24 inches so if you plan on catching some monsters you will want to find a size chart that shows some of the big boys 🙂