"It's obvious that knowing where fish will be during prime-time feeding runs is one key to success. Less obvious, but equally important is knowing where to be set up when fish are not in the midst of a major feeding period.
Subtle changes in bottom content located, near, but not on prime feeding reefs can often produce bonus daytime fish.
This week, Jeff Sundin shares his thoughts about locating subtle areas that walleyes use as travel corridors while they pass between prime time feeding, and daytime resting locations.
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