Trolling for walleyes is not my favorite thing. There, I said it. That's partially because I didn't grow up in an area where walleye fishing was a huge deal, and partially because I'm used to fast-trolling tuna and wahoo, so that 1.5mph walleye speed makes me sleepy. That doesn't mean, however, that I don't recognize how potent trolling is for catching big walleyes, and how dialed in you need to be to execute it well. Despite my gripes with the method, last summer I hung a 30-inch, 11-pound Lake Erie 'eye on my wall thanks to the ridiculous trolling skills of friend and guide Ross Robertson. You can click here to watch me catch that fish, and see the mad scientist of walleye trolling at work. You can also get your hands on a copy of Ross's new book co-written by Curtis Niedermier, which I promise will become your Bible if trolling is your game and it's walleyes that best the 10-pound mark you're after.