The game plan was to hit turtle cove with some blade baits. If we didn't hit them in a couple hours then we would head for the Detroit river and handline the Canadian side. If we did hit them then we would head for the Detroit river and handline the Canadian side. You get the idea. LAKATYDID and myself launched the smaller Cangetenough 2 at 9:30 into 10 - 15 mph NNE winds that were supposed to be variable SE to SW at less than 10. They never were and stayed NNE but did stay manageble. 2+ footers to drive out in were the biggest waves all day. We drove out to a spot in 15 fow just w of Toledo light and drifted with 2 bags out toward Turtle Isle. After about 20 minutes we hit 13.5 fow and it was on! 40 minutes later we had 6 walleye and a perch with 5 walleye coming on clown and fire tiger pattern blades. We attracted a lot of attention! We started a second pass and got about 25 minutes in to it and we had our Ohio limit of 3 - 5 pound males all milking away. Not a single female. We missed about 5 or 6 more so we had a great couple of hours.
Water temps at 67 degrees. Air temps in the 70s as it warmed.