Don't hang up your rods and reels just yet. It's getting later into the summer now but that doesn't mean that the walleye bite is over. It's actually quite the opposite. As fall moves in it will most likely get better! Right now there is a decent bite with many of the fish being on the smaller side (12-14") but that is a good thing to see. Many anglers that put in their time are bringing in their limits. 4-8 ft of water along the East shore has been the best location but many are still working the mid lake humps and rock piles. Moving and covering some ground is the best way to stumble across the walleye. Pulling spinners and trolling is probably the best option. Your typical Red Lake colors will get the job done. Hammered gold, red/white or chartreuse with a crawler, leech or minnow should do the trick. Have fun!!