MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A roughly $13 million plan to boost walleye production in Wisconsin supported by Gov. Scott Walker has won approval by the Legislature's budget-writing committee. The plan unanimously approved Wednesday by the Republican-controlled Joint Finance Committee includes more than $8 million in bonding to pay for expanding fish hatcheries to increase walleye production. It also includes $2 million for grants for private organizations to expand walleye production as well as money for aquaculture work, buying fingerlings from private vendors and expanding a program that gives tribal youth jobs on natural resources-related projects. Walker's office has said the initiative will boost walleye to more than 500,000 annually by 2016.