This past week saw the transition from shinners to leaches and crawlers complete. Early in the week all three were good. By mid week leeches were head to head out producing shinners. By the end of the week I saw the first crayfish showing up in some of the walleyes, which means the crawler bit is about to take off. The water temps rose all week and are now in the mid to upper 60’s. The fish continue to pull away from the shore lines and are settling into their summer spots. I found the best fishing in rocks but also found them on summer sand/weed flats and deeper edges in several bays. Many have moved from the second break to the third. During the day especially with calm winds the 12-15 foot depths are a good place to start.