Southern Walleye (Sander sp. cf. vitreus)


The Southern Walleye is an undescribed species found in the Mobile Basin in Alabama and Mississippi. This species is in decline, with just a few spawning populations remaining. They live over a variety of substrates in cooler streams to medium rivers. Saugers and Walleyes have silvery eyes because of a special tissue that allows them to see very well at night.