Went out of Magee East about 6:30 Saturday with the intention of fishing old school. The plan was to head straight out about 20 foot of water. and either cast worm harnesses or drift bottom bouncers. Ti say it was a little sporty in the morning is an understatement. Those were the biggest 1-2 foot waves this old guy has seen in a while. I think a meteorolisist is the olny job where you can be wrong half the time and still keep your job. Any way we kept with the plan and caught a 2 person limit in about 9 hours, and headed back to Magee East for pizza and liquid refreshments. The lake calmed down pretty nicely by about 3:00 and we had expectations for a calmer day Sunday. About half the fish came on a harness fished on a 10 count with a green and gold blade. The rest came on a bottom bouncer with a silver float on the harness and no blade.Sunday morning's 1-2 foot waves were even bigger than Saturday's. The big roller comming straight into Turtle Creek were only leaving about 6-1/2 feet of clearance under the bridge so we decide to go eat a hot breakfast at Wild Wings. I will tell you hash, eggs and toast slathered in butter tase sooooo good to a guy on a post stroke diet !!! As it clammed down in the afternoon, we headed out about 1:00 pm into the promised 1-2 foot waves- Maybe even smaller. We stopped about halfway to West Sister and started trolling. Only had 1 line out when the first fish hit. Landed him and the second hit with only 2 lines out. Then after a short lull we got all 6 lines out, and started a steady hit parade. We were back at the marina cleaning fish by 6:00. The favorite lure was any bandit with pink on it fished 85 feet back at 1.9 mph.