|Sunrise on Central|
|Jigging up walleye with an echoltail|
SE portage lake was excellent for numbers.
|Camp dog Shadow helping me find blueberries|
Walleye are in their typical late summer spots. Most rock piles and wind blown points ranging 15-25 ft of water will be your best areas to attack. Vertical jigging or dragging crawler harnesses will yield best results. Walleye will ascend the water column on cloudy days into 5-10 ft of water, trolling crankbaits can be effective then. Consistent wind is a key to finding the bigger schools of walleye. If the winds have been blowing into a certain area for a couple days, concentrate your efforts there.
Keep on sending the great pictures everyone and good luck to you all on the water.