Did well the week before last and then on Monday got blown off the Lake before finding any fish. Looked for two hours and never found a school. Haven't been able to fish since then due to the 30-40MPH Winds. The fish we caught were the first good schools of Sandies since last Summer. The fish were not in the same places the days we caught them. You're best bet is to try anyone of these locations and hope you find them....Pelican Island, Old Hwy 287 Roadbed, 309 Flats, Dogleg and just about any Main Lake Point on the North Shore(Wind from the South on Friday & Saturday). Keep your eyes open for the Gulls as there were a few working schools a week ago.
All our fish came on RSR Slabs (www.rsrlures.com
) and a Jig Teaser in 20' plus of water.
You're at a distinct disadvantage on RC if you don't know a little about the Lake as a 45,000 acre Lake can be tough to find fish on if you don't rule out about 90% of the water. Just too many places for the fish to be and not enough time to look everywhere.
Good Luck and hopefully more fish will have made their way from the Creeks to the Main Lake!