This year’s walleye fishing on Saginaw Bay is going to go down in the history books as the finest in modern day history. It just continues to amaze. The superb fishing is still south of Point Augres, but incredibly, water depth doesn’t seem to matter. The near shore waters are producing as well as the deeper waters on either side of the shipping channel. The western shores of the bay have a number of commercial nets set from 30 feet in to as shallow as 20 feet of water, so anglers are urged keep a sharp eye out, as some are not marked according to DNR requirements and not easily seen. Whenever I come upon nets, I mark their location on my GPS so I know where they might be the next time I’m trolling the area.