Weather was good, maybe too good. Air temps into the 70's each day. High sun and most of the time not much wind. Water temps were 66-70 degrees. We fished about 9 hours daily.
I am not much of a walleye fisherman but ended up getting a few. Most in our group either fished points in 10-16' or caught their walleye trolling. The bait fisherman used leeches fished 1-2' off the bottom. Trolling floating minnow baits like Rapala's at about 2MPH in 8-15' deep open areas was effective.
Smallmouth were everywhere, largemouth in just a few areas. For the smallmouth the mix seemed to be any steep(ish) shoreline that had downed or drowned timber. Wacky worms, pitched plastics and medium diving crankbaits were the most effective. Smallmouth were spitting up crawfish. Some male smallmouths were still guarding visible beds, but not many.
Best largemouth bass were caught on topwater in the slop. Usually waaaay back in the weeds reeds and pads. Most caught using buzz frogs like Stanley Ribbit, floating soft plastic frogs like Spro and Scum. Open areas could be fished with Spooks, Pop-R's and similar.
No big pike were caught.