9/21/2018. Never made it to Church Pine today. Fished Cedar Lake from 7:00 am to 2:00pm. Fish did not start to bite until 8:30...so sleep in late. Boat traffic and a steady wind around 10 mph produced small white caps and a few 2'+ waves. Moved closer to shore in sheltered areas which helped considerably. Surprised to catch a thin 14" walleye on a crib. 6 very aggressive white bass from 10" to 14". Crappie bite was slow and a very light bite...sometimes just pressure on the line. We would anchor off a crib site and catch 4-8 crappies and when they would stop... so we would move to the next crib site. Kept doing this all day to keep on fish. Some cribs held bigger crappies (9"-10"+) with a lot of 7"-8" crappies too. Kept a few of the bigger ones for a meal. When anchored next to or on a crib...we had to vary our methods. Vertical jigging, holding the jig steady and letting the wave action do the work, moving the rod tip slowly back and forth, flipping the jig out 10 feet and letting it fall and even casting out with a slow retrieve between cribs worked...for a while...and then we had to move. I was more impressed with the size today...biggest was 14". Less fish, but better quality. Lots of boats on the water...mostly musky fishing. Saw one small musky landed. No minnow bite again today. Only plastic minnows, pink, black/chartreuse, and chartreuse/pink tubes caught fish. Changing baits seemed to get more fish at a given spot, but 2" plastic minnows were best. Caught fish from 16' to 4' fow...every crib was different. We saw one boat drifting out past the cribs. They were dragging crawlers...had two walleyes, a few larger crappies and a northern. Brother fished Pine Lake north of Baldwin and caught a ton of sunfish...one nice 9" and the rest were pretty small. Cant wait for the St Croix to get back to normal. Good fishing to all.