I had a little time to spend on the water this afternoon. With a front rolling in , and a mandate from my wife for a fish dinner, I decided that it would be a good chance to out and catch a few spring walleye. Everything was looking good, and on my first cast had what felt like a typical walleye bite. Much to my surprise, when I set the hook, the little jigging rod doubled over and the water exploded-not very Walter like. Ended up being a beautiful female brown trout, about 5 lbs. Not what I was looking for but a very nice distraction. Three casts later the same thing happened again, this time a male that went just under 8lbs on the boga. A couple more casts and yet an even larger brown that came unpinned at the net. To describe this in one word, it was disgusting. In twenty minutes, I was fortunate enough to hook more trophy trout than most fishermen would in an entire year, yet I was dissappointed. I had failed to bring home the bacon so to speak. Mama didn't care how spectacular the fish I caught were, she had her heart set on fresh walleye. What do you do?