HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) -- In tonight's "Fishin' with Liz," we're on the hunt for walleye. But forget the rod and reel we're going electrofishing.
Electricity runs down lines in the water and anything in the path floats up. Dennis Fendley, a hatchery Biologist with Arkansas Game and Fish, says it doesn't hurt them it just stuns them.
On this trip, they're specifically looking for pregnant walleye. It's all part of a yearly project that normally takes place mid-March, at the peak of spawning season.
In fact, they're collecting millions of eggs and our very own Liz Massey was there. She even helped a walleye give birth.
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