Fishing has been good to great depending where you are on the lake. Earlier this week we fished the shallows at the timbered shoreline just north of Pintail Point. Schools of cutts were moving around and provided great action. We also hooked up a few brookies. To do all this we used intermediate lines to present bead head peacock leeches and bead head brown mohair leeches, both in sizes 6-10. Good action from brookies can be found in front of creek mouths all around the lake, cutts are everywhere, and as we said in the last report, hybrids are where you find them. Good action continues along the west shoreline, in front of the cliffs and from the hatchery to Wild Rose. With some stormy weather moving in look for the great fishing to continue if you bundle up and stay dry.