On the water 9 am, fished wing dams, main channel. 6 1/2 to 7 foot medium action rod, fast tip. 10 lb. suffix braid, 6 lb. fluorocarbon leader, 1/2 oz. slip sinker, barrel swivel, 3 ft. leader to #6 walleye hook. Crawlers and leeches. Each wing dam has a flow pattern at the tip. Anchored upstream and to the inside of the flow, and walked the bait downstream to the tip of the wing dam. 20-30 minutes per stop, all dams held fish. 5 walleye to the boat, largest 29 inches, 6 smallmouth bass to 16 inches, many bluegills, 2 @ 9 inches, and 1, 4 lb. drum. The action slowed about noon, went looking for crappies holding to structure. They were there, ultra lite rods, 1/16 oz. jig, 1 inch Gulp Alive minnow, casting to structure and retrieve. 20 + crappie in a 45 minute period. The boat traffic became a bit much, off the water @ 1:30pm. This pool is at its prime for summer time fishing. Wife's personal best was the 29 inch walleye.