Went out at 7am with jr. The stable pressure sure has gotten them biting again. The boy quit counting at 48 eyes, with 5 really nice keepers. There are LARGE numbers of small fish on the flats in the north end. Bug hatch is still going strong and it is best to use a 1/16th oz jighead with about a 1/4 of a crawler. The trick is to keep it on the bottom and move it ssslowly, keeping tension on the line. The bite is really light and we missed at least 20 fish at the hookup. They are laying on the bottom lazily slurpin bugs, so moving too quickly will cut down on the pick ups. A note to trollers: there are people moving real fast (4 to 4.5) picking up some nice fish. They are targeting areas that they can bounce a crank along the bottom without snagging, generally 8 to 10 fow. The lake is recovering from the high pressure from last week. Fishing will only get better as the weather stabilizes and the bug hatch starts to slow down.