Wind and current push schools of bait into points, breaks, and shoals. It doesn’t take long for walleyes to find them. When you’re trolling, multiple rods may go down when lines cross these small areas, but it can be several miles before you hit another, and running back and resetting takes time. By casting, you can post up in the sweet spots and work them thoroughly. Use your charts to locate spots where baitfish are apt to stack up; or start off trolling, mark spots where a few lines get hit, then go back at them with casting gear.