Anglers are continuing to catch lot’s of walleye averaging 1 1/2 – 4 lb. fishing both shallow-water weedbeds/weedlines and also fishing the main Bay-basin. We are getting reports that anglers fishing shallow weeds with spinnerbaits and twitch-baits for pike are regularly hooking walleye. Since the walleye season opened, anglers have been steadily catching walleye fishing the main-Bay basin in water depths ranging from 12′ (Telegraph Narrows), to 15-20′ (most of the Upper Bay basin). Those anglers have been doing well bottom-bouncing with a worm-harness/worm, spinner/worm, or jigs/plastic grubs/live bait. Larger walleye are being caught trolling with medium-diving crankbaits and by casting crankbaits like the Rapala Tail Dancer #9 around the weedlines. Virtually anywhere there is good weed-growth right now, there are walleye feeding on the edges.