Lewis and Clark lake is begining to turn on, but the best bite has been several miles up river in the Chutes. Pulling Salmo Hornets in the shallow flats is producing lots of walleye, sauger and several pike and some big ones as well. Smallmouth bass are showing up all over as well to help fill out your day as limits are only taking a couple of hours. There is opportunity to catch some big fish up in the chutes right now vs catching lots of eaters from Francis Case. Casting cranks, dragging jigs and crawler and pithcing plastics will all yield fish and this should continue for a couple more week if not longer. Water temps up river are in the low 60's and the lake is around 70. The lake bite is scattered around with lots of fish on the west end up in the flasts in 4-10' fow and pulling spinner or slowdeath rigs with butterfly blades working great just be aware of the Drum that are very thick up there this year. The east end of the lake has fish showing up for the summertime pattern allready. Pull cranks baits for the suspended fish and follow the bugs and whitebass and you will find the walleye.