Years ago I fished PC regularly, then I discovered Summit. Used to do well on PC, especially for cats (I didn't really want those but always seeded to catch them) and crappie and walleye. Haven't been back there in years and, you're right, it may just be time to revisit it. I don't remember ever seening a white bass on PC. White bass are what I love about Brookville. Sometimes they come to the surface several acres at a time and it is nothing to catch a lot of them in a short time. I usually take them in the shallows about sunset. They hit hard, then disappear. If you wait around about ten minutes, the striper usually come in right after them. I use a curly-tailed white grub on a white jighead for the white bass and a silver Shad Rap on the stripers.
Used to be when the water was up at Summit I could go into the bay to the north of the big launch ramp and pull out slab after slab of crappie. I just haven't had that experience for years. I know the gills over there are fantastic, but I don't fish gills, so that leaves me out there. Don't fish LMBs either, but I do love to fish those big walleyes, stripers and sandies. You ever fish wipers on Monroe? By the by, these little moving critters to the right bother me when I am trying to write. Not a lot though. It's a wonderful site, easy to use and well thought out.