BH, I like to use colored hooks and a slip bobber, hence the name . But, if that's not working I loose the bobber and just drag the colored hook about 2-3 ft off the bottom on breaks and rock bars, and I usually get something. I just tie on a plain hook and then throw on a sinker about three feet up from that. Either troll very slow, or cast and reel very slow. Try it, it should work! oh, yeah i forgot, you're going to need a leech or minow, I prefer leeches!
I'd get out a locator to read the depth. Start by a weed patch & find 8-10 foot of water.The object is to stay in the 8-10 and follow the break.Troll like BD said or use a sassy shad on a 1/4 jighead.I'll get walleyes this way ,but I have to stay on the break. That is the water gets deeper to one side & shallower the other side.It's no good if it is a flat of all the same depth. You need to find the breaks and follow them.You'll pick up an eye ,then stay on that spot trolling it over & over for more.
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