The bite is everything but consistent right now as it typically is in September. Walleye can be found shallow and deep as they begin to transition to their fall locations. There are still some walleye being caught up on the west end of the lake as well as up river. Trolling crankbaits works best when the weeds allow you too otherwise live bait will get the job done. Fish near the weed edges in the chutes and keep moving. There are some a good number of walleye moving east where there is also a ton of bait. Most the bait right now is on the SD side from Gavins to the Dam making the walleye bite a little more challenging with all the competition in the system. Not near at much bait on the Nebraska side from Wiegand to Walkers making for some better fishing currently. Look for these fish to be off the main channel breaks in 25-40'fow. When you can graph the fish on top of the break target those fish as they are more likely to bite vs the deeper fish. Pulling leadcore line with cranks is working well also pulling Randy's Rigs spinners and slow death is putting some nice walleye in the boat. Vertical jigging on these pods of fish is producing lots of catfish but stick with it and you can get some walleye as well.
The Whitebass bite is great along the SD side in front of all the beaches. Pitching plastics or crankbaits is the fastest way to put them in the boat especially if they are blowing up the surface. Pay attention to the birds and the surface to find the fish faster.