Big Bay did great with the Walleye the past few nights with Rapalas! There have also been some caught on Sandy Pond right before dark caught on bigger sized hair jigs with a worm on a slow retrieve from boats, or casting Rapalas from shore. Look for shallower water with a rocky bottom or the mouth of creeks. Walleye chase the bait fish to shore at night which is why you also find them in places where panfish can be caught. Overcast nights are also ideal.

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