The fall bite is in full swing on Lewis and Clark. With the cooler temps finally kicking in the water temps are dropping the big fish are biting. The best fishing especially for the big fish is on the East end of the lake on the SD side from the Dam to Gavins Point along the river channel. Look for the fish to be suspended or on top of the channel ledge early in the day and in the evening. If it's sunny and calm target the fish near the bottom. Fishing in 20-30'fow is a good starting point. Trolling lead core with Flicker Shad s has been working best but mix in some Salmo Hornets or Salmo Free Divers to target those deeper fish. Slow your speeds down as the water temp drop. The live bait bite should start up this week and rigging creek chubs is usually the best. A jig and minnow is also a good option. If the water clears up a bit don't be afraid to try some glide baits such as Northland Puppet Minnows and Jigging Raps. Graph the the bigs pods of fish and fish them. If you don't graph anything they are either way high up in the water column or not there so keep on moving.