Whitefish--Sat 24th, started at Sugar Creek from 7:30 to 1 pm, 12" ice there. At 1 pm went up to Little Sturgeon. First time with new C-Fish camera. Camera is best thing since sliced bread--the camera rotates inside the housing, so you don't have to keep playing with the cord like with the Aqua-view to get it to show your lure. Fair amount of current at Sugar which moved the camera and lures. Tried three dif depths from 22-36'. Saw a couple small schools of whiteys--3-5 fish at a time, and several loners. Jigged with two rods--#3 jig rap on one and small tungsten jig on the other, with 3 waxies on jig and 3 on slider hooks. One loner whitey came in and looked at rap but did not hit it. As soon as he saw tungsten he nailed it, so one on the ice. Saw bunch of walleyes, including one monster--looked to be 8# or better. When I saw the walleyes I added an angle worm to the jig rap. One walleye went right up the the worm and sniffed it and then swam away. First time I ever saw a fish turn down a worm. Also saw 4" smallie and a big catfish. After things seemed to die at Sugar drove up to Little Sturgeon. 19-20" of ice there and still fair amount of current. Went out to 34' and saw tons of whiteys--just like on the video below--none of the ones in the big school even looked at baits. Smaller groups of 3-6 came by and several looked at baits but did not hit. Eventually had one bite off the waxies on the slider hook--missed him on the hook set, and one biter bit off the waxies on the tungsten jig--no clue how I missed that one on the hook set. Fished till 5 pm, ended up with just the one on the ice. I tried worm on slider hook with the waxies, thinking that might turn the whiteys on, but they weren't interested in worm either.