Heading up there July 1 for my sixth or seven time. We also stay at Timber Edge Camps on Butterfly. Good walleye and pike fishing can be found in all the staple areas (trout fish, Rice, Red Pine, English). Don't be afraid to snap jig gulp in 3-6 feet of water in the weed pockets. Some of our best days have come doing that, especially if hot, sunny and flat. Each year we pull in a northern over 40 and several in the mid to upper 30s. My personal best of 44 3/4 came out of Red Pine. Strangely enough we catch some walleye trolling over 40-60 feet of water around 10 feet down in evenings.
Been fishing this lake every year for around a dozen years. We always go mid June when the refuges open on the 15th. Plenty of good spots. Red pine is good. Along with the rice river. Best advice I can give is to find the depth that they are hanging at and troll the windward shores. We primarily troll crawler harnesses/lindy rigs. Good fishing and beautiful lake.