Am fishing at Alum this Friday morning. Plan on going out of the Galena ramp no latter than 6 a.m. and fishing until early afternoon, depending on how many of the crazies took the day off as well. We are planning on trolling/drifting crawler harnesses and jigs. I have been out 3 times in the last month and really have not had much luck, other than a couple of dinks and one keeper 'eye that got off at the boat. Have fished the entire east side of the lake from the dam to 36/37 and out in front of the beach and marina and along the rip rap on Cheshire. I have fished from the bank out to 40', if there is no thermocline set up and tried pulling rapalas at and above the thermocline when I could mark it on the graph. Anyone have any tips to share? I don't want to get your spot or anything but some general tips on what speed you trollers are running and what colors and depths are working. I have tried flats, points and humps and along the edges of the creek channel with near 0 results. Thanks in advance for any advice and if anyone is out Friday, I will be in a Targa w/a 75 merc and walkthrough windshield, stop and say hello.