Do it this way and you'll have a whole school of fish following you in no time!As for bleeding walleye...I have a short rope on each side of the boat with a carabiner tied on...cut a slit in the lower jaw, hook on the carabiner, make a cut behind the gills, up towards the backbone, place them in the water alongside the boat and drag them for 5 minutes before putting them in the cooler.
I started bleeding my eyes this year as well. Big difference & will continue. I have a pair of scissors I got at harbor freight but couldn't find a pair of pruners good & cheap enough. Lowe's was like about $15 to $20. But I will keep my eye out when in stores. Haven't bled any perch yet but if I do, I think I will just toss them once cut in a metal panfish basket and hang it off the side of the boat.