Well, it was beautiful weather today. Got in the truck, put in Clapton: Unplugged and took the 2.5 hour drive down I-71 to Deer Creek. Fished the creek where it feeds into the lake and had no luck. The creek looked good, water was still a little cold. Threw a 2" white PowerGrub for a while and the switched over to a jighead and minnow. Also used a minnow under a bobber. :S I then went to the spillway for a while. Nothing there either. There were a couple guys beside me that caught a small WB and a small crappie. They were letting a decent amount of water out. The lake and the spillway are both a little on the muddy side. Especially the shallows on the northwest side of the lake. The lake looks a little bit higher than it usually does this time of year. Of course it would be easy to assume this is due to the amount of rain this....well, if you want to call it...spring. Talked to the fellow that works in Mary's bait shop and he said that people have mainly just been catching the male WB and a few crappie. Note: They raised their minnow price to $1.25 for 3 doz. In my opinion you still can't beat that! I plan on going back on Thursday. Went looking for mushrooms at one of my spots by Hargus Lake and didn't find any.