Well Tonto and Griz finally rolled in from Piedmont after 6 days of fishing the high water. They rented a cabin and had their boats tied up at the docks. Although they had stories of others having troubles, they did ok themselves, as far as problems caused by the flooding. As far as fishing goes, they actually did very well on numbers, with Monday being their worst day with 26 Saugeyes and Saturday their best with 74. Most were small fish though, with less than 10% being over 14 inches. The numbers made for a good time though. They said that the same contours that usually hold fish in the Fall are still the best bet but they had to add 8 feet to their target depths for trolling. They said they really didn't have any one method outshine another. They caught 'Eyes on bottom bouncers & crawler harnesses, crankbaits trolled on leadcore, and on Vib-"E"s on the roadbed, which, with the high water, is topping out at 28 to 29 feet. They had their best trolling luck in 27 to 32 feet, which, with an added 8', puts the fish right on those 19 to 22 foot contours when the lake is at normal pool. As the lake begins to drop, the bigger fish should begin to filter back into those depths as they draw back out of the flooded timber and headwater areas. They fished 4 hours today before packing up to leave, and said the bladebait bite on the roadbed was very aggressive and gave up over 30 Saugeyes but only 4 over 14", with the biggest going 18". They aslo caught a couple of decent Channel Cats and one Muskie about 35" while trolling cranks.