Walleyes begin their spawning migrations in water temperatures ranging from 44 to 50 degrees, depending of the type of fishery. In rivers and streams, walleyes migrate upriver to find rock and gravel areas where they can spawn. In inland lakes without rivers, walleyes spawn on shallow windblown rocky flats. During this time, they feed on smaller perch and shad. A jerkbait in perch or shad colors replicates the forage and can lead to a successful day on the water. The Jackall Squad Minnow 95 SP comes in a variety of colors to “match the hatch” and moves in an irresistible side-to-side action. The loud rattles in the squad minnow will get a walleye’s attention and provoke him to bite.