Hello, im taking a buddy out fishing tomorrow. Taking the boat to Atwood. I unfortunately havent had much time to fish this year with house projects. Only fished atwood once in early spring this year and caught a bunch of keeper saugeye and crappie in the coves/trees using slip bobbers and a few trolling. But I know with the water temps this high they will no longer be where they were in the spring. This is the first time my buddy will be out in my boat and i dont want to disappoint! I was thinking about trolling larger flicker shads or maybe just bottom bouncing some minnows or worms? I was looking for any help or tips any of you guys are willing to share. What style or types of baits/techniques is working right now and a depth range to concentrate on. Im not necessarily looking for peoples “honey holes”.... unless you want to share that?! Haha. Again going for crappie and saugeye and we are going around 4 til dark. Thanks for any help and tight lines! If any of you guys will be out there tomorrow, we will be in a 14ft monark V-bottom with a 25 mercury. Say hi!