Well a fairly short report. Can't give water temp, but it was windy, no visible bug activity, but it was windy, you get the point. Only hit the water for a few hours from 12:00-3:30ish. One other fine gentleman on the water who reported getting a few on buggers and I saw him take a few on chironomids. After hiding out in the cove across from the launch for the first hour, I finally decided to man-up and brave the wind. I anchored in a proven little spot on the southwest end, and after catching my first on a blood worm I finally tried a chromie and that was the ticket. Fairly steady as long as I could stand the wind. One the way in I caught a couple on a stillwater nymph casting right on the bank on the way back. Most bows were bright and spunky, all cutties were really colored up and a bit lathargic. One cuttie was actually so colored that his front ventral fins were literally bright red, and the color traveled all the way up the belly to the throat. Really beautiful. Interestingly enough I didn't get any of the big fish that I caught in the fall. All today's fish were in the 14"-17" range, but after catching some big fish last fall I expected to get some really nice one's this spring, just didn't happen today. All in all, it was a fine afternoon. While Amber can be fickle like any water, I still really like that lake.