ndcocherl, there are lots of places to catch saugeyes at Indian. They can be picky, though, so the best advice is to watch for boats that are trolling or drifting in open areas or anchored over the deeper holes, and join in the fray. Crankbaits, blade baits, worm harnesses and sometimes minnows on the bottom. If what you are doing isn't working, try something else.
Redhunter1012, you can download and save/print maps of Indian and lots of other lakes at ODNR's website:
These are formatted to print up to 11 x 17, but can be any size you set for your printer. One note about boat ramps--both Indian Lake maps that are available there neglect to show the boat ramp on Pew Island, on the right just after crossing the bridge from Seminole. One map shows a public ramp on Seminole (wrong location), and the other shows only a parking lot at the Pew ramp location.
One other note for new Indian Lake boaters. Keep an eye on the weather, particularly if the ramp you use is on open water, like the Lakeview Harbor ramp, or across the lake from where you are fishing. Even moreso if you use a smaller boat. Indian can whip up some impressive waves in a very short period of time.