jtrain - There was a 29" eye caught by the other fishing group in camp, they also caught the big lakers. While our biggest eye was 25", we did catch a lot of them in the 22 - 25" range. We hit the walleyes in 20' to 40' of water and shallower in low light conditions early and late. It is such a big lake with a lot of deep water and plenty of structure, so a hot spot one day is the dead sea the next. Be sure to move around and play the wind. Speaking of wind, it can blow up strong and fast. we used a drift sock to slow down our drifts a little. While the camp supplies anchors, neither of ours were over 15'. Take some extra rope along, if anchoring is your cup of tea.
The bigger lakers were caught on 1oz dressed jigs with a stinger. These were baited with 4" - 6" sucker minnows which the camp has for $1.00/each. I caught 5 lakers (25" - 30") using a large sonar type blade bait near deep water structure, but the larger lakers were caught on the large jig. The popular method of fishing on Savant by the staff and experienced guys was to backtroll; holding the boat on top of the many humps or structure near or in deep water.
We were there during the 3rd week of September and the lakers were transitioning to the spawning reefs. In August, I'd guess the walleyes to be shallower and the lakers deeper. The staff is very helpful marking up a lake map for you with travel routes and fishing spots. If you do struggle, they can be very helpful. Post how you do, good luck - BFG