Late reports, but I just remembered I did not get to this earlier.
We were up first week of August. Stayed on the chain of lakes, and fished all week. We tried all our normal spots, and had to move around quite a bit.
To make it short and sweet, here is what we did.
Walleye - hard to come by, compared to previous years. Half crawler on 1/4 - 1/2 oz jig - dragged over rocky bottoms worked best. No color was determined to be preferred. All worked equally for us.
Bluegill - everywhere. Really, if you throw a bobber and worm 1ft away from shore, you will get them. If they don't bite within first 15 seconds of cast, move on. There are miles of shoreline to try out. Sticks are your friend, but not necessary.
Bass - smallmouth were only caught while fishing for bluegills. Nothing while actually targeting them. Largemouth were far and few. Buzz bait and spinner were what we caught them on.
Pike - again, far and few on the chain. Although we didn't target them too much. We headed to cranberry lake and had a blast trying out a new lake. The pike bite was better for us here, and this lake was amazingly beautiful. Well, aren't all the lakes up here?
Crappie - this is where we caught the most. Found a bay where the crappie were circling around in a school. Set an anchor, and jigged small ice fishing spoons and jiggin raps in 8ft of water. Seriously. I had two poles, one in each hand, and only had to put out enough line so I could get a bite and pull the fish into the boat without reeling. I can only imagine how much fun this would be for a younger kid if I enjoyed it this much! Just like mentioned before, look for schools on electronics. We found clouds of fish, and that's when we anchored. Didn't have to move once!
Again, this is just what worked for me. There are no real secret spots, since we went all over the lakes to get our fish. Good luck!