The Bass, both Largemouth & Smallmouth, and Saugeye were definitely in a more cooperative mood yesterday than they were for us last Sunday. We launched at about 10:00 AM and had 5 good keeper Saugeyes in the livewell in the first hour, from 15 to 19 inches, all on Vib-"E"s, 1/4 Silver & 1/2 Gold/Green. All were caught just off of a break that dropped from 5 to 10 feet, just outside a weedline. The bite stopped and we started to move around; Essex Bay-nada, various roadbeds & points uplake-nada, 4-H-nada, Indian Run-nada, so we moved to deeper water and dropped the leadcore. After only one Smallmouth and one small 'Eye on core we moved to the roadbed by the dam and only managed one small S-eye on a Vib-"E". We moved to the point by the iron steps and took one more small 'Eye on the bladebait. We decided to troll back to our first spot of the day to see if anything was happening and picked up one more small S-eye on the core. The Shad were packed outside the shallow weedline and the fish had returned. in the last 2 hours that we were there we picked up another 9 S-eyes and 13 Bass, both Largemouth and Smallmouth, and one small Muskie, all on Vib-"E"s. We ended up keeping 9 out of the 17 S-eyes. The S-eyes were hitting very aggressively, swallowing the lures. Nearly all had to submit to surgery with pliers. The Bass were of very good average size. The biggest went over 3 pounds and, if in a tourney, we figured that we would have taken around 14 pounds to the scales with a 5 fish limit. 6 were Largemouths and 7 were Smallies. The water temp was 56.9 degrees. We need some colder weather to drop the water temps about another 8 to 10 degrees to turn on the deeper water Saugeye bite on the roadbed and for the core trollers.