Where I'm at in central MN you've typically only got about a 1-hour window at sunrise/sunset where you can consistently catch a couple of walleyes (if you’re lucky) outside of that = good luck! Basically have to burn-up PTO to make it for either of those bites....
If you want to try and catch a few walleyes during “working man’s hours” (on average, backyard lakes) try setting up on a gradual, sandy break-line or point and catch ‘em roaming thru after dark. Also a great spot to setup the wheelhouse if you want those rattle-reel alarm clocks to cut into your sleep hahaha.
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This is my 4th year running their 30Ah Wide in my LiveScope bundle (both open water and ice) and the thing is a beast!