I did some drifting off of Lorain yesterday and brought home 3 eater sized Walleye, 2 were 18" and 1 was 25'. I was drifting the mud line with worm harnesses (copper blades) under overcast skies. I was starting in the mud and drifting into clear water and as soon as the harness would get in to clear water, I'd have a fish on. The only problem was that the wind was out of the South and it was pushing the mudline out further into the lake. I couldn't repeat a drift because by the time I got back to it, it would already be in the mud. Everything shout down as soon as the sun came out. There are a ton of fish out there, all we need is some good water so that we can catch them.