Re: Lake Marburg or Lake Redman
I primarily fish from shore at Marburg, reserving my boating attention to Prettyboy Reservoir. However, from shore I do very well on Walleye.
Spring and Fall Walleye seem to follow Yellow Perch schools into the creek arms--Marburg Flats, Black Rock, Georges Flat and Blooming Grove. At Marburg, Walleye, when relatively shallow, orient to weedbeds deep and shallow. I fish the shallow ends of the creek arms with 1/8-1/2 ounce jigheads--size of jig dependent upon whether or not I am also fishing for Yellow Perch at the same time, and tip the jighead with a live minnow caught from one of the area creeks. I have also had success with larger jigheads tipped with live Yellow Perch. I've been defeated more than once wen using a light tackle set-up--six or eight pound mono, by Walleye well over six pounds.
Aside from jig and minnow, I have had success on jig and twister tails, thrown out onto the edge of weedbeds, in depths from six to over twenty feet, fished slow in the Winter, slightly faster in warmer weather. Silver and Blue and Chartreuse Ratt-L-Traps produce nicely, as do Shad Raps in Perch color and similarly colored Countdowns.
Pre-spawn Walleye seem to congregate around the mouths of creek arms, staging in deeper water around March or a bit earlier. Again, livebait, crankbaits and twister tails produce.
Many boat anglers troll the islands, underwater saddles and humps, in deep water. I can't really comment on trolling too much, I'm sure someone else could advise you there.
Best of luck!