Been fishing with a couple of guide friends in search of walleye over the past couple of nights. We have been starting a little before dark and only staying out for an hour or two. Carl and Ken have been setting a pretty high bar for me to leap. (See the picture with this report.) The generation has been making jigging a pretty good challenge. Heavier jig heads help get the minnow to the bottom while making hang-ups on bottom structure more numerous. At 7:30 this morning I fished with another friend on his boat and both jigged and trolled. Although we did not pick up walleye jigging, trolling was another story. The lure of choice on Scott's boat was a deep diving Rapala, black on silver. Although we tried with Flicker Shads as well as with other Rapalas, the walleye would have none of it! Ran into several other folks out on the river who were having so-so luck in the walleye arena.Generation actually took a pause from midnight last night until 6 AM., and plans on another pause from 10 PM until midnight tonight. Maybe Beaver Lake is getting low? The high for tomorrow is predicted to be 55º F., under partly sunny skies. Winds will be 13 to 20 MPH. Friday and Saturday promise to be wonderful days with highs in the mid-sixties and low winds. No word on the generation this early in the week. Hope you get to go out and get some fish!12821604_756646144436096_8067463872397103247_n