Weatherperson and accuweather stated that the wind would be lite and variable this morning. No way did they even get close. At 6:30 AM it was blowing out of the NE at 12 to 15 MPH on the lake. I wasted about two hours fighting the wind drifting with the trolling motor in front of a big island and caught one blue and had another nice one to come unwrapped. Moved to another area to get the wind off of the boat and fished along the shore line (15 to 20' water) and only got pecks. Move over to the other side in 25 to 40' of water and there were the eaters and a couple of teenagers. Ended up with seven blues and one bass. Five of the fish (those less than ten pounds came home with me for supper), the other two I released. Back home close to 10 AM. Water temp. was 86 degrees and my bait of choice was white perch marinated in DEAD RED BLOOD SPRAY developed by Team Catfish (www,TeamCatfish.com) a BOC sponsor.