Lewis & Clark has been a roller coster of a bite all summer but it's starting to settle in. With the vast amount of bait in the system (Mayflies, shad) it has made it a struggle most of the summer but now that the Mayflies seem to be gone the bite is picking up. The fish are very healthy and there are a lot of big fish to be caught. With fall just around the corner this could be a banner year for some true trophies to be hoisted.
Fish are all over the system right now and with the cooler weather comming they are on the move. You can catch them as shallow as two feet down to depths of 30 feet or more. Pitching jigs is working well up in the chutes and pulling cranksbaits is out performing everything else on the lake. Ussing lead core line has been the most effective for shallow and deep water fish. Salmo hornets in size 4.5 in the shallow water and #5 or #6 in the deeper water are hard to beat. Flicker shads and other cranks are producing as well. Find fish, Catch fish, trust your electronics but if they aren't biting them move and comeback to them later.