Finding walleyes is at least half the battle in catching them, and some days it can seem like more.

For example, solving the locational puzzle gets tricky when rising water levels cause fish to move into shallow shoreline feeding areas such as flooded cover to feed.

Following wandering ’eyes into the flood zone and pinpointing their location can be a challenge, as can presenting lures and baits in tangled, current-washed cover.

This weekend on Lindy Legendary Fishing Tackle’s Fish Ed TV, host Jon Thelen heads for South Dakota to the High Plains oasis of Lake Oahe, where he tackles high-water walleyes with longtime guide Brent Kemnitz.

Together, they forge a foolproof plan for finding and catching walleyes fast on a rising tide.

After schooling Oahe’s walleyes, Jon sets his sights on another confounding aspect of walleye location: the annual post-spawn dispersion.

In many lakes, finding post-spawn fish is easier said than done as pods of migrating walleyes play hide and seek with anglers on their way to summertime haunts.

Jon simplifies the search by focusing on walleyes on their first leg of the journey. Watch as he explains when, where and how to connect with fish that have just made their first major move away from shore. He also reveals the best presentations for tempting these post-spawn fish into striking.

Don’t miss a trick. Tune in this Saturday, March 26 at 12:30 p.m. Central on Fox Sports North and Fox Sports Wisconsin. And catch even more great Fish Ed action online at Lindy’s YouTube channel.