Overall- Trout has a steep learning curve. I have been fishing it for over 30 years, staying at North campground. You will have to put in time to learn it. Check out a topo map and you will know what I mean. Very deep, very clear, limited weed growth, and it was the last lake to ice out this spring. If you do not use your electronics extensively and know how to pattern walleye and bass, you will find it to be a VERY tough lake to fish. That said, it is my favorite lake in Wisconsin.
For Eyes and bass Trout should be outstanding this weekend, but you will need to work for them to figure a pattern.
I would expect the eyes to be on the reefs and rocky points, weeds if you can find them (there are not many weeds in the lake). Bass may be up shallow getting ready to spawn. I would have to be on the lake to know if they are spawning yet.
North landing I put in a 17 foot lund with a roller trailer, but I get my feet wet loading. You might stay dry with a smaller boat. With a small boat/motor be careful if you run from South to North lake. She can kick up enough to couase some trouble. On the South side know where you are! Depth goes from 100 feet to 2 feet around the islands very quickly.
For Panfish with kids, - Hit Allequash or Escanaba nearby. On Allequash and Escanaba, find weeds and you find panfish. Both have plenty of gills and perch, both are easy to fish. Escanaba is a 2 mile dirt road and you have to register at the DNR station there, it is an expiremental lake. Panfish are very tough on Trout. There are a few spots for Perch and bluegill, and you should be able to find them that time of year, but you will have to work for them more than other lakes. They are very tough on Trout. There are a few spots for Perch and bluegill, and you should be able to find them that time of year, but you will have to work for them more than other lakes.
Good luck. I am up there for 5 days starting June 12.