I know many of my friends are targeting some of the largest walleye of the season either trolling wobbling body-baits or casting them for big walleye that are already moving into areas in preparation for the ice-up and eventually staging for spawning.
Rob Kearley was out with his buddies in northern Ontario fishing the Upper Winnipeg River that goes into Lake of the Woods, ON and bonus-ed out on some really nice walleye.
They found their fish in 18 to 32 feet of water. The big one was caught in current on a 1/2 ounce jig with a minnow bouncing the bottom.
For trolling anglers slow-wobbling lures work well trolled between 1-2 mph. Walleye like that slow-roll from side to side even under the toughest conditions.
If you don’t mind chilly weather you can really bonus-out on fall walleye!