The short answer is that inland walleye/saugeye mostly relate to structure which makes it difficult to present a top-heavy spinner without getting snagged. Weight forward spinners are perfectly designed for the unique feeding behavior of "open water" walleye.PartTimeBasser said:Why is it that weight-forward spinners are so seldom mentioned when discussing inland lakes?
How do you know they're walleye??exexec said:How can I drift at night or late evening for walleye that are suspended in 25-30 FOW at 18 foot depth. Any good advice would be appreciated. This would be for a lake in the Portage lakes area.