This morning (8 AM) I was greeted by a fog bank (first photo), so I stayed in the cove that I live in to fish. Worked the shoreline with planer boards and free lines. Bait of choice were some old shiners I had in the bait tank. I could hear the birds working, but could not see them, so I just kept on trolling until I was on them. Net results was three striper's and two eating size blues, plus a large blue that broke my 12 pound test line. Back at my dock at 11 AM. I fished with 30 some teams Sunday and the best we can figure, there were over 150 striper's caught. Best places to fish Sunday was the State Park, Little Creek, Hagers Creek, Rocky Creek and my secret place. Largest fish caught by a bud was 7.47 pounds on a rainbow trout. Of course, if you go there tomorrow, they most likely will be somewhere else, that's their nature.