Went to juniata yesterday. Got to the parking lot at about 4:00. Walked to the lake by about 4:20. There were storm clouds all around and the breeze was roughly 10 mph, so perfect conditions. Historically this time of year, the walleye have been on the flats south of the dam just past those trees. I walked to there and tied on a 1/4 oz. gold little cleo. I cast it out and sunk it to the bottom and started snap jigging it. I caught a 12" walleye the first cast. It had got the cleo in its gill, so I kept it. (no size restriction for walleye here, DOW doesn't want them here) My next cast I caught a 3" smallmouth bass on it. The wind was starting to come up now, and it started raining some. I had a few more casts without landing a fish, although I did lose a largemouth bass. I then caught a 13" walleye, and since I already had a 12", I kept it to make a meal. The wind was about 30 mph now, and the waves were about 2 ft on the lake. It was raining hard. I caught a 12" fat smallmouth and a 18" walleye on back to back casts. By this time, the storm was really coming on, and the wind can blow here. I estimated it at 40 mph and the spray from the lake was drenching me. So I had to find shelter. I found it behind some big rocks on the northern shore. We waited for about an hour or so for the storm to stop. It was blowing over finally! We went to the eastern shore, which historically isn't very good this time of year due to stained water due to the inlets being muddy. Iceintheveins caught a 14" walleye over here. I had another on. Then, the sun peeked out from behind the clouds. I knew then the walleye fishing was done until sun down. (it was about 7:00 now) I ran down to purdy mesa and put on a rapala skitterpop. I cast it out for about 45 minutes and only caught 2 small largemouth (11", 12"). Disappointing for sure when the lake was boiling. I ran back up to juniata and fished the dam hard for the evening bite. Nada besides a 10" smallmouth. The fish were on the flats. I knew it, should've fished there. Would've limited out. Oh well, if anyone from the west slope wants to catch walleye on a cloudy day, or at sundown, this is the place. They should be on the flats for another week or so until the water warms up enough from the intense sun and they run to the deep part of the lake. Sadly, this reservoir is a typical no body contact reservoir. No boating.(actually, I got yelled at by one of the guys once because I washed my hands in the lake.) Talk to ya all later.