I pretty much agree with you Kerry.
If the land is holding those high values but the fishing has gone to pot enough to where it no longer draws enough fisherman vacationers, then it must be something else that is keeping land values so high.
I can also remember when the resorts were a summer time only business. Back before the snowmobiles they closed down for the most part right after Labor day. Now you have lot more people looking for lodging in the winter. Or has that too changed in recent years? I don't pay much attention to anything that happens outside once it falls below 60 degrees.
Something is keeping land values up. Anyone know what it is?
As for the one walleye limit, I am assuming that means you can only keep one. That can't possible effect catch and release. I am a big fan of catch and release. I have no desire to clean a smelly fish and cook it myself anymore. I have people that do that for me now. So do you. You can find them at Red Lobster or your local equivalents! lol