First time getting the boat out this year. Dad and I ended up limiting out on saugeye by 10 am this morning. Got a late start at 6:15 am. Great action till 8:30 am around chippewa park. Then a couple in my old #4 buoy waypoint,which is off by 200+ yds from 2 seasons ago. Then dead until we trolled into blackhawk,oldfield beach. Got the last 4 saugeye there from 9:40 to 10 am. Nothing huge,all good eaters between 15"-17". Threw back 10 in the 13"-14" range-very plump, and 1 cigar from last year's 2.2 million stocking. I thought we'd hammer those cigars.We also lost a few from the planerboards. This is the best action that I ever had for this time of year,and the saugeye usually run small this time of year.. 2 white bass,one went 15" Water Temp at blackhawk: 68 degress. Water clarity of main lake: 1' which is clearer than normal.Already pulling up a lot of weeds from bouncing the bottom of main lake. Bomber B02's took all but 1 saugeye. Firecraw took 7, Tennessee shad got 2,and Blue/Chrome took 2 from pb.Chrome/black Bandit 100 series took 1 from the pb. Early,they hit anything. Later,firecraw is all they wanted. The steady weather we've had in the last week has turned them on. Should be awesome til the next cold front moves in. We will be out there again tomorrow morning.