After going back and forth on what to do on Monday, I decided to drive over to Paint Creek spillway. I did stop by Lake White to take a look at that spillway but it was blown out with water being released. Surrounding flat areas were flooded in the spillway. Then I got to Paint Creek around 12:00 and saw that water was being released fast. Trees along the spillway were flooded and water was fast and muddy. Talked to one angler and he said they just started releasing water that morning. I decided to move along the length of the spillway and hit slower areas along the bank. After three hours, I managed to have one hit that I missed on a jig and twister. I do have a couple of questions. Is the saugeye fishing better a few days after the water is released? It would give the fish a chance to get stable again. With darker water, is it better to use bigger and darker jigheads and twisters? Thanks for any info.