Run ledges and use your electronics. Most fish have been in 50-65' deep water, with 35' on one side and river channel on the other. . . . .slammed them earlier this week several times. You just never know about time of day. . . .we've done good at 7:30am. . . .11:00am. . . .Tuesday, we smacked them real good from 4-6pm, with three fish 13-15lb on slabs (all CPR'd by the way ;-)).
In the mornings, look for little fish on top, then use depthfinder to find big fish schooled up under them. Once the topwater dies off, use depthfinder and bring your gas card.
And I'm not kidding. . .we're finding fish from N. Island, to the cross, to WW, and down towards Eisenhower. Gotta keep moving. . . .
I promise you this, if you cover some water and stick with it, there will be no question when you find them....they are stacking up from 25'-45' down in 60' of water and when you find them, you can't get a slab to the bottom.
Tight lines. . .