You help me with my fly fishing and I’ll attempt to teach you summer walleye fishing.
Usually it starts to get turned up in the daytime around Memorial Day. Until then it’s a night bite for most of the time with short windows during the day. When the alewives start, they really key in on that pattern and seem to go dormant during daylight hours, suspending and following the bait schools. If they ain’t on the suspended bait, they tuck into the thousands of laydowns and can be impossible to get to.