Fishing is on fire as it alway's is at Francis Case. Just go wet a line and you should be able to catch them. 10-20' is alway's a good starting point with bottom bouncers and slow death and crawler harness rigs working the points and the windblown sides. The bite is usually best early in the morning but fish can be caught all day. Fishing from Platte (Dock 44) boat ramp to North Point are the best areas this time of year. There will be some fish shallow as well and casting ripple shads or jig and plastics up against the bluffs is a effective and fun way to get them. Trolling small #7 flicker minnow in 5-10'fow can put lots of fish in the boat fast as well especially around Two-johns (Tuogeons) work the flats fast by trolling and find the pods of fish and them drift over them casting jigs if you want a most rod in hand bite.