Cheese curds (those chewy nuggets of milk found in the farm’s market ). Frigid winters (puffy, cozy coats worn on the lakes, fishing).Fish fry Fridays (buttery flakes of walleye served at the end of the week). The quintessential Wisconsin experience.
All year long, we fish, hoping to grab one of those flaky walleye.
On Perpetual Notion Machine, host Anita Nsubuga with guest Zachary Feiner, a fishery expert and research scientist at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Center for Limnology, explore fisheries & the walleye.
What is a fishery?
Where the walleye are?
How fisheries have changed over time, due to climate change?
What other fish could be thriving due to climate change?
Should we even eat walleye?
To find out where the walleye are… stay tuned!
Image courtesy of: Vesa Leppänen (VesaL) on Pixabay