I'd look for dark bottom and shallow for warmest water with small spinners for catch and release pike/muskies if it's a good lake. Don't be afraid to ...more go super shallow. Remnant walleyes (eater males) will still be in the river mouths - like the east fork of the Chippewa River as it goes into the Chip. Flowage for example. I also suck at lake walleyes in spring and totally agree with the guys on prespawn bass but that could be tough as I bet water temp is only 40-45 up there.
I'd throw a red or crawfish Rat-L-Trap into the 5-6ft deep flats for bass who are looking at a pre-spawn location. Spring walleye in the lakes have always eluded ...more me, so I only go for them in the rivers up to about this time of year.
That's what I'm saying.. BUT to be honest I'm not the nicest guy... but I'm not rud as shit though either... it makes me wonder what causes people ...more to be so damn stupid... 😂😂 was always that kid that got into fight with kids for picking on other kids that couldn't stick up for there self.. and still find myself doing that as an adult. lol. DAMN stupid people...
I used it extensively on a local body of water when we had a drought last year and the lake bed exposed her many hidden structure and cover...being able to pin point ...more those locations with precision GPS and attaching pictures has proved most valuable now the lake is back at full pool....think I have approximately 500 waypoints!
never use it during, but before going to a new lake it's great to make a game plan. afterwards its good too, double checking your tactics or whatever info you ...more can get from people while sharing what you learned there.
I've had some awesome members help me with info ahead of a few trips and I have the subscription so I definitely use the maps on most of the lakes I frequent ...more both to map out a plan ahead of time and then to double check locations once I'm on the water