I've been wanting to try spider rigging for walleye on Bull Shoals for a long time and finally broke out the racks and rods Wednesday. It isn't my favorite way to fish, but when they want it sssllllooooowwwww, it can be a dynamite way to explore.I fished a lot of the same water that Duckydoty fished from above Snap to just below the powerlines. Concentrated on the 10 - 14 fow range. Used double 1/4 oz jig rigs with tubes and tipped with minnows on the bottom jig. Caught one baby crappie just above Snap and missed a couple more hits. After that nothing until I got to where the channel swings across above the powerlines. In pretty short order, I caught four Kentuckies between 14" and 16". Every fish was on the jig tipped with a minnow. Not much action, but at least I got out of the house after a horrible chest cold and the weather was spectacular.