As most of you know I do love to watch the indicator but more than that I love to catch fish. Luckily for me indicator watching usually produces more fish than anything else, but that was not the case yesterday at the Falls. I launched around 8:00 AM or so and as soon as I hit the depth change I cast out my full sink with a Denny Rickards stillwater bug. I punched my trolling motor up intending to head around the corner to the bay beneath the observation station, but within seconds I had my first fish on of the day. Thinking it was possibly just a fluke, I cast back out and preceded to repeat the same process 3 more times. Ok maybe I'll stay right here anchor up and cast out the indicator, never leave fish to find fish right? I sat for awhile and ran into Scott from the forum but I only picked up one fish with the indicator but as so I threw out the Aqualux and, it was fish on again. I decided not to ignore the signs anymore and I started moving around trolling and things stayed consistent. I trolled, and I trolled and I trolled and I caught the freakin mess out of fish. I decided at one point that I would land 30 and anchor again with all the folks in the back bay, but 30 soon turned into 35 and then 40 before I finally anchored up. I cast out an indicator and I told myself that I would land at least 2 before I moved back out to catching fish. I watched the other 10 or so guys anchored up fishing indicators as well thinking maybe someone would put something together, but other than a few fish here and there, it was slow. I fished my Aqualux again at the same time I was fishing the indicator (I have the dual rod endorsement) and again it was out fishing all the indicator guys, unfortunately including me. I ended up finally landing one with the indicator and I knew that I'd need to put the sinker away if I was going to hit that second fish. As soon as I did I pulled anchor and hit the troll again. It never slowed down and the fish just seemed to be everywhere, although I will say that most were out in the middle up in the water column (I was trolling fairly fast). Eventually I ran into Bob Rankin and set up anchor next to him and I did manage to pick up two more fish on the indicator and they also ended up being two of the bigger fish I caught that day at 14" each. Which brings me to size. I landed one fish that hit just over 17", 5 that were around 14", one that was an honest measured 7" but all the rest of the fish were 8" to 10" footballs. Very small for that lake. In the end I landed 4 fish using an indicator and well over 100 trolling (I'm writing this on the 2nd so folks wouldn't think that number was an April Fools Day prank). I used the same two stillwater bugs tied by troutpocket (well tied flies, from his "reject" pile) on my sinking lines all day. I guess the good thing about the small size is that the guys who like to come in and just catch their 18" to take home will be avoiding Dry Falls this year.