Well was working north today and got done decent time with light snow coming down. Decided to hit a spillway for awhile glad i did fished my hole downstream a ways from spillway usually know fast if they are sitting in this spot,used double jigs 1/16th ounce jigs with a white twister and a chartruese tail 3" ones slow bumped along bottom in hole. About 10th cast just weight on line set hook into a nice fat 18" one. So started working the hole harder and ended up with 5 and should have had limit missing 3 other bites. Left before it was getting dark and thought about the conditions driving home and it seems one thing i find saugeyes and spillways seem to bite when it is snowy and lousy out. Used to be that way all the time at Delaware soon as the snow was flying hard and getting deep head there and get a limit!! I have fished that hole 5 times last month or so with limited sucess but persistence pays off. Here is a phone camera pic not the best but they still look tasty!!