Hit the water at 4:00 am. Fished till 10:00 am. The water looked like a piece of glass (no wind) until around 8:00 am. Then a gentle 3 or 4 mph wind blew in. Before the wind came, all I was catchin' were channel cats. Probably caught 20 good eatin' size 14" to 16". Once a little chop was on the water, I got 4 keeper walleye from 16" to 18". All caught on a jig tipped with 1/2 crawler. Tried lindy rig but could not hook any. They wanted the jig dragged slowly across the bottom, in 3' to 8' of water. The water clarity was clear as it usually is by mid summer. Temp at Quakertown area was 58 and around the fairfield flat was 61 degrees. The west bank shore line was a mess. The shad were spawning. I never seen so many huge shad in my life. I saw some that were at least 12" long. any place with fallen timber, the water looked black because of the millions of shad spawning. From the fairfield causeway, to the fairfield ramp, I seen more deer than I have ever seen in one day. Must have seen 30 or more. Also got to see my first wild turkey. He walked down to the shore line at day break. That was so cool. He was sure vocal too. I also heard several other turkeys just beyond the shore line brush. It was a great morning for watching the critters that live i that area.