Most of the bass were in the spawning area's, backs of Canyons, coves, etc. Some of the bass are moving to the out side edges of coves close to deep water.
The Walleye's are on the Rocky points and steeper sloping banks with varying sizes of broken rock or river rock of different sizes mixed with gravel and sand. most of the Walleye were in depths from 17' to 35' deep.
If the structure allows for Bottom bouncers with spinner harnesses, then use the bottom bouncer with a Crawler or small 4" plastic worm. Try Craw, perch and shad colored Crank Baits, also Maniac Minnows and 3-1/2" Cut'r Bugs rigged on a 1/8 oz jig head, 1/4 oz if windy.
The bass were taking 3" Maniac Minnows and 3-1/2" Cut'r Bugs on the same jig head or split shot the Cut'r Bug and pull the rig on the bottom slow.
Take some 1/2 oz spinner Baits in White or White and Chartreuse, silver willow leaf blades.
3/8 oz jigs with a silicone or rubber skirt with a Cut'r Bug as a trailer was also effective for Smallies and green fish.
Did I leave out anything?
The Minnows caught everything in the lake!