Okay, so I suscribe to a fairly well known fishing magazine in addition to the NAFC. Doug Stange is the author of the particular series of articles I've been reading.
In these articles he advocates the use of swimbaits on jig heads for walleyes. But not the 2-3 inch deals that seem to be the usual for chasing walleyes. Infact he scorns anything under 4 inches, praises five inches and advocates using up to six and a half.
Has anyone had any experience catching walleyes on these sizes? I personaly have a habbit of going fairly small regardless of my target. Even when looking for bass i'll only throw the really big stuff (I consider five to six inches really big except for those berkly 7inch worms. I've never really felt those were "big") if they seem to be "on".
I have a tendancy to be easily influanced by magazine articles but I realize the techniques these guys offer are somtimes verry specialized or unique to some areas so I'm wondering if any sub pro level fishermen out there have seen results like this.