Just when you think there's nothing new in walleye fishing, along comes Mike Kulm. The accomplished walleye tournament angler from Rapid City, S.Dak., fishes for tailwater walleyes in the fall and winter with a shallow-running minnowbait such as the original Rapala or a Smithwick Rogue. What's unusual is that Kulm doesn't fish the lure anywhere near the surface. Instead, he attaches it to a bottom bouncer with a 5-foot length of 10-pound-test Berkley Trilene XT monofilament and sends it deep along current seams where faster and slower waters meet. The walleyes love it.