Hit the lake at about 9:30 on 4/27 due to copious amounts of wine on the evening of 4/26. Beautiful, calm - zero wind. Ran up to the shelf, and immediately got into fish. Full sink, black bead head bugger with crystal flash deep with very, very slow retrieve. Didn't manage to land the elusive 10# fatties, but day was filled with 20"-24" rather sluggish fish. It was my first time being up there, and based upon previous reports, it sounds like the fishing was "standard", and the weather was unusually docile. I was struck by how pretty the lake was, and we were the only boat working that particular drift, so we felt as if we had the lake to ourselves. Down by the launch and the net pens, however . . . . While all the comments regarding hatchery triploids vs. native fish are duly noted, we had a great time learning more about managing depth with a sinking line, reading structure and actually catching a lot of fish. Looking forward to the next opportunity get over there before it turns into an oven.