Almost same report as last week. Caught 10 missed 2 others. Had fog until 10:30 with little wind. First fish came in 5' of water and then moved to drift deeper water. I finally found the fish around 11:30 on a different part of the river channel that I have never fished. Drifted threadfin, white perch, and gizzard shad. All but one came off of the threadfin and the other on perch. Water temp 61-62 clear. I thought it might be murky with all the rain we have had to come into the lake. It's the highest I have ever seen it. Big fish was 25 and is still swimming. On another point. I have never seen more trot-lines on the lake. They were all over the place. Watched three people bring in a barrel of fish to be cleaned. I usually see them every Thursday cleaning a huge amount of fish. Will we see the day when we say "I remember the days when I could catch 15 fish a day and now I can only catch 3." With all of the trot-lines, people, and guides fishing, how long do we have before things get bad? Or should we be worried about the catfish. I don't have a problem with people keeping fish, I kept three Thursday. Why would you want 100 pounds of filets in the freezer? I know there are different views about this subject, just wanted to throw mine out. With one of the greatest lakes in the country, I hope we can keep it that way.