Aurora is indeed, weird!
Trout will come into play first and last, if I'm not mistaken. Though I've not had sucess with walleyes and cannot call myself a walleye fisherman, I will address some general fishing strategies if you get on the water out there.
There are some big trout out there still, and by big I mean over 5# and + There seem to be fewer of the 22" trout that used to be had there in plenty. I suspect that the biggest ones have become nocturnal feeders, but trout of several pounds can be had trolling from about 1' - 7' deep (maybe deeper....cannot say absolutely) with nightcrawlers, minnows, powerbait etc). I've used several strategies and they've worked well. Trout can be had in almost any part of Aurora, which is weird.
1. From the Boat Dock across to the large promontory on the far East shore, angling slightly to the Northeast.
2. From there to the first cove near the Northeast corner of the damn (which holds fish other than trout
3. From the Boat dock directly to the middle of the dam and back through the middle of the res toward the two coves, and in both coves Senac and the other one. I've caught trout way out there in the middle of the res and it's weird, cause I wonder what they are doing there. [At Aurora, you can start getting Trout right after you leave the Boat Dock.
Wipers will work right up to the shoreline feeding, in shallows only 1' deep, and they work in the middle in certain areas also.
For sure will cruise the Western shoreline of the res. They probably inhabit most of the res, but I've seen them cruising mostly the Western shorelines and in the Northwestern corner of the dam where there is an extended shallow 5- 15' deep.
Catfish over 10# have been caught both along the Dam and in the two coves also at the South end of the res.
In the two main coves, (I cannot recall the name of the Eastern one) Senac is the one with the larger creek, Senac creek, feeding the res. So the Eastern Cove has less fresh water feeding in.