Hot fishing some days that is. Especially after any stretch of stable weather. Walleye have been being caught in the river by those looking, with some limit catches being reported. Not many people fishing for them though, especially in New London where casting small crank baits to flooded shoreline cover should produce a variety of fish. The mouth of the river at Lake Poygan and the shallow areas of the lake itself have also been producing walleye on some days, along with a few white bass, drum sheepeshead and the occasional northern pike.
Water levels are cooler then normal. but are also higher then normal for this time of year. That should be a clue as to the shallow water bite.