I fished Tuesday 08 06 13. There was a light south wind up till 11 AM. I caught around 20 or 30 crappies on minnows. All of them were caught on the south edge of a hump close to the Comlara Park point. It has some brush on the outside drop-off. The fish were in 6 to 10 foot of water, right on the drop off. As long as the wind was blowing, the fish would bite. When the wind died down around noon, the fish quit feeding. I tried many other places that I have caught them in the summer, from the dam to deer Island, but nothing else was working. The fish were mostly small males around 8 inches long. I only kept 9 inchers, so I ended up with 9 of them. On the south side of Deer Island, where the blacktop road is, I caught a couple of medium sized bass, and one small walleye. Nothing on the hump south of Deer Island. Nothing on the flat underneath the power lines down by the dam. There were only around 10 boats on the lake. The temperature was perfect for fishing, and it was enjoyable.