ok...here is the situation. It has been on the low 90's here all last week. Didn't rain hardly at all. Water is clear but always has a slight green tint to it. Lake averages 7-12 feet deep with deepest spot by a dam being about 20'. The lake has all the different types of cover you can almost imagine. A lot of the shore is rip rap, but other areas aren't. There are weedy areas, deep rock areas, deep cover and shallow. Basically, most anything you could think of...almost. My buddy tosses rubber worms at the boat docks. I liked using deep running crank baits to get deep on main lake points. We don't do very well when fishing, but some people do, so ... Here's my question : what would most likely be the key to successfully fishing given the parameters I listed above.