When the wind blows, the west shore reefs have been productive for good eating sized Walleyes in the 13"-18" range, with a few bigger fish mixed in. Fish are being caught on slip bobbers, jigs with nightcrawlers, and also trolling Flicker Shads and Salmos.
For those willing to put up with floating weeds, there has been a decent Walleye bite in the weeds all along the west shore of the lake. These fish are being caught on both jigs and crankbaits and are ranging in size from 13"-24".
Make sure to check back for more updated reports, as I will be switching gears and heading to the bay in preparation for the next MWS tournament in August on Green Bay.