Was up here at the lake staying at a resort near the dam for the first week of June. My conditions I reported were about average for the week. Our group of guys target walleyes but keeping decent sized Northern Pike if caught.
During the day is quite slow. Finding where the walleyes are is the most difficult part. With the new slot being 18"-23" during the day is when we caught the most in that slot with the average being 21" This lake however treated us well in the evening into the night ( the best night being 18 walleyes with 4 guys. ) Jig and minnow ( shiner ) still working the best. Fished heavily in the bay between Tamarack Point and the dam and caught them from anywhere in 10' to 16' of water. Went to Ravens one day and did ok. Caught 3-4 keepers and drifting twords shore starting in 12' and caught one in as shallow as 6'
Northern now also have a slot of 22"-26" and caught A TON in that slot size. And just about anywhere we fished. One our guys caught a nice 26 1/2" that we ended up keeping. If they are your targeted species finding the heavy weed beds and fishing them should be no issue.
We don't fish for them but perch are there. A lot of them being no bigger then 9". Maybe one or two being bigger. But as far as a " jumbo " which the lake is known for to me is no longer existent.
Rock Bass..... Holy cow.... there big, fat. Fun to catch but can be a nuisance when trying to fish for other species. Kept two to see what there filets looked like but both had worms already.