Islandpoint....get up early. Be fishing by 5:30. Pick a shoreline that has a weed edge, cast topwater baits. Buchertail TopRaider. Color doesn't really matter, but I've always done well on black with green or the blackbird color. Tallywackers work great, too.
Fish until 8:00 or so, and fish muskies like you would bass. If it looks like a largemouth would be hanging in an area, odds are there is a musky there, too. And just like bass fishing, when the sun comes up, look for shaded spots.
Lake wise, it's a popular spot, but the bay around the T-docks is a great place to start. It's popular because it produces. Weeds, stumps....etc. And then you can work into Yellow Birch casting shorelines.
When the sun has been up a while, flip over to bucktails on weed edges closer to deeper water. Maybe find a black bulldog and rip that on those deep weeds, too.