Typically what I’m going to do is pull a bottom bouncer and spinner just fast enough to get the blade on the spinner turning. You don’t want to go so slow that all the blade does is “wobble”, nor do you want to go so fast that the blade is nothing but a blur. You want a good spin out there, giving off flash and vibration to attract the walleyes.
Be sure that once you have a speed that the spinner functions at properly, choose a bottom bouncer weight that will run at about a 45 degree angle from the rod tip. That will keep the bouncer upright and ticking along the bottom, keeping the spinner in just the right position to catch more walleyes.