If you spend any amount of time probing the points, shoals, weed edges, islands and rock around Black Lake for Smallmouth, you're going to find Walleyes.
The majority of the Walleye I've gotten have been on jigs tipped with a minnow/crawler or on tubes. For jigging with a crawler or minnow, I use at least a 1/2oz jig head with some fluff of some kind on it, hair or maribou. In the narrows channel, I'll go a little heavier to keep contact with the bottom. I use your basic, tight line lift and drop. Making sure to kiss the bottom and lift maybe foot. I use this routine in 15'-16'and over of water In shallower water, 10'- 12' or shallower, I'll start this way and move to a swim method if they aren't cooperating.
Cranks like a Wally Diver, Fire Plug, Rapalas Tail Dancer and Hot N Tots have been good choices along sharp,hard,boney breaks that are along the main basin and/or flats or through the channel running through the Narrows and up past Congers Shoals. They'll work just as well along the edges of deep weed lines.
A crawler harness about 3'- 4' off of a wire baitwalker have been pretty effective along Congers Shoals, the Narrows Channel, East and West side of the Islands from Tin to Wood. On the West side, I favor the mainland side just off the weedlines, on the East side, I favor the Island side.
If you're going to the lake to target Walleye, good luck. Although there is a good and a growing population of Eyes in there, they are still a work in progress. So if you do happen to get hot with the Eyes, take it easy on them.