I headed out last week fishing for 4 days. On this trip I was targeting walleye in the province of Quebec ( near the Ontario border / Ottawa River). I found that trolling slowly along the shore line in approx. 12-20 ft of water with worm harnesses (in a variety of colour patterns) produced the majority of the fish caught. Typically in the evening fishing at approx. 7:30 – 9:30 was the best. Still fishing with 1/8 ounce jig heads (green/white/blue) seductively tipped with a large plump dew worm also proved to be irresistible to the fish once located. The walleye in many cases were biting very lightly thus I would highly recommend a good graphite rod to detect these subtle bites. The fish are out there you just have to find them be patient and Good Luck!