Got on the lake at Wellman's Ramp around noon. Air temp 75 deg., water temp 73 deg., clarity 3-4 ft., wind North 10-12 mph, under very cloudy skys. Caught a dozen bluegills 7 - 8 inches on nightcrawlers and one 14 inch LM. All caught at edges of dropoffs where flats drop from 10-12 feet to 25. Marked larger fish at 20 foot depth on same dropoffs (where wind was blowing toward the dropoff) but was unable to entice any hits. And, best of all, there wasn't a single pleasure boat all afternoon. However, the bass clubbers were blasting away from the ramp as I was heading back in. All I can say is, don't get in their way. They got the bit in their teeth, and forget rules of the road, flying four abreast, wave after wave, they'll swamp anything in their path. They make the pleasure boats seem preferable.