Pick your day to fish (if you can). Weekdays with low lying clouds and prefrontal conditions are best. Throw in some sw winds at 5-15 mph and it's even better. Fish the wind blown shores with # 4 Shadraps or # 5 Flickershads (casting parallel to shore) in silver and firetiger. There are breaks off of the south side of the center dyke of pool #1. You can troll on the breaks focusing in an up and down (zig zag pattern) or troll right over the tops of the different breaks. I have found that if I pop a fish on 1 crank, I quickly switch the other rod over. The bite window can be very quick based on wind speed and direction. Troll for a short period longer. If the bite dies on the same color, switch the other rod back to original crank color. It is not rocket science out there. On Good Friday, I had a 40 inch muskie hit a # 5 Flickershad and then pull the planer board under. There can be some interesting drama out there at times.