I fished Beaver Creek this morning below the Grand Lake spillway and managed one keeper, a 2 pound walleye. I took it home, filleted it, rinsed the fillets and let them soak in salt water for a short time and fried it up. I was disappointed to find that it had kind of a "musty" taste to it. Many years ago I ate some fish from the lake in the summer time that had a bad taste to them. I guess the water must be getting warm enough to cause this problem. Is there any way to get rid of the bad flavor? It doesn't seem to be a problem when the water is cold. If I was smart I would have only fried half of the fish, then kept the other half in salt water until tomorrow to see if it made any difference. I guess unless anybody has a miracle cure, it'll be C&R for me until the water gets cold again. By the way, does anyone run into this problem anywhere else, or is Grand Lake just the cesspool of Ohio lakes??