Back home again...disappointed I couldn't find any LMB or SMB, particularly in the Klein Creek area. It just screamed 'bass', though some of the guys fishing the Sunday tournament in the Creek seemed to have similar results.
Sunday morning we again tried the east shoreline moving south, as we were hoping to avoid some of the winds and didn't have time to try and navigate across to the west side/Yellow River area. By the time we got to the last point by the dam, the winds had shifted more westerly, so we bounced around on the toon quite a bit. Mostly drifted from that point back to the eastern shore and only picked up a small white bass (brother in law) for our efforts, though we marked many more fish in all depths of the water column.
Dad got another good walleye while trolling in the Creek on the way in, again off of a small squarebill in pearl color. This one we measured at 17.5" and had to keep it as it was gut hooked and would not have survived.
I ended my fishing weekend on a good note...when it hit, under some overhanging branches on the opposite side of the Creek, I thought it was a lunker.....didn't really fight all that hard until it saw me, then took off the other direction. I was using a KVD 1.5" squarebill in chartreuse/sexy shad....measured in at 29" before we sent it along on its way.
Brother in law caught 2 catfish (15"), a good sized carp (unmeasured, probably 22"+) and a sheepshead from same pier over the weekend.