Well, the heat dome has hit and the temps are hot. The surface water temperature is hovering around 85F which can make fishing during daylight hours a little more difficult. After hosting the family fishing tournament on 7/1 and doing some fishing ourselves, we've notice the fish are hanging out in deep water during most of day. Early morning before 8am seems to be the most active time to fish. Saugeye and sandbass have been caught trolling with deep divers. Recently the sandbass were schooling down by the damn at 6:45am, that was a fun morning to be out! We were able to haul in sandbass with silver spoons and rattle traps, but then again when they are in a feeding frenzy they will hit just about anything. We have seen a few 5lb channel cats caught on dough bait and chicken livers late at night from our docks. One youngster reeled in a 5lb carp during the family fishing tournament using nothing but hot dog buns as his bait. The best luck for large mouth bass has been with worms on a texas rig, brown, dark green, red/black. Typically deeper around cedar brush piles is where we've seen the best bites.