The fall bite is still not in full swing as the water temps are still haning around the low 70's. Once these shorter days settle in the water will begin to cool down the fall bite will start to pick up. Right now the walleye are feeding on young of the year shad and drum so crankbaits are working best along the old river channels from Boyscout camp to Walkers and along the SD side along the beaches in 20-30'fow. Flicker shads, Rummble shads and Salmos #5 are all working well trolled behind leadcore. There is still alot of fish in the chutes in the 3-8'fow and dragging jigs and rigs with crawlers is putting numbers in the boat. Lots of little fish to filter through by grind it out and you will get your limit on most days. But the big fish are more likely found in the channel moving east.