Fished Hoover on Saturday from 9:30 am until about 6 pm. Started jigging a VibE (partner fished jig/minnow) on 15-20 ft. and 20-30+ ft. breaks and points. Saw few fish on TV, but did find huge schools of YOY shad. Yes, the sea gulls do give 'em away! I fished the predictable locations (points/breaks) from Red Bank to the middle of the south basin--both main lake and secondary. I started trolling minnow baits on bottom bouncers in the afternoon. I did find one bay full of "hooks" and (apparently) void of the schools of small shad. The back 1/2 of the bay (wind blowing in) ended up being loaded with large sahd (8-10")--which was verified by my unintentional snagging. It felt like a stump field with my bouncer bumping all those big shad. (I wish I would've loaded up the cooler with those big shad.) Any way, no creel report to offer. I spoke to another guy coming off the water who also had no action. If I were a saugeye, I guess I'd be in those bays just munching on "popcorn", too. I guess I have some learning to do to entice these over-fed 'eyes.