Just got back from the trip. As you guys said, the lake is turning over. It is really quite a mess with all the floating algae. Only got a little fishing in on Tuesday before the front came in. Caught one 16.5" rainbow from the north inlet area. From about noon yesterday to 6:00 this morning it was a washout. Made for nice sleeping in the tent with the sound of rain pounding away. Got in about 3 hours of fishing today once conditions improved. Fished the area down from the access parking lot along the north side not too far from the dam. I walked for at least a mile up and down the shoreline throwing every pike lure I could dream up. Despite seeing a couple cruisers I could not entice a strike. I was very disapointed in that. I would rather catch one pike than a limit of trout any day! Either I was in the wrong spot or the turnover scrubbed the pike possibilites. After admitting defeat for the day I sat down on the bank with, I'm embarrased to say, Power Bait. In about 2.5 hours four of us had 9 rainbows that were 15-18." They were real fat and fought hard but nothing like a big pike. the bellies of those fish were gorged with crawfish. In one case I found 18 in one stomach. Several of them were still alive and swam away when they hit the water. But when I used a crawfish for bait, nothing! My 74 year old mother sure had fun catching fish and I had just as much or more fun helping her with it. My kindergarten daughter saved a fish heart that she wants to take to school for show and tell. That's my girl!!! There weren't any trees around the lake so I couldn't take any pics without getting razzed.