After a successful Saturday, go back to what worked and try to fine-tune the pattern. Note lure preferences, productive depths, whether strikes came on turns. If you caught a lot of smaller fish, make changes. Slow down your trolling speed, because big walleyes generally won't chase as much as the smaller ones. Trophy walleyes often will be schooled near but not mixed in with smaller walleyes, so look deeper or shallower from where you've caught the little guys. If Saturday was a bust, do some research and make adjustments. Online forums and fishing-club websites post Saturday tournament results promptly, so you can see if it was a tough day for everyone or if you weren't on the right pattern or place. Don't be afraid to hit new water if you aren't getting the results you want. You'll get your trophy.