The days are longer. Last evening (3/8/5) it was fishable daylight until about 7:30. Got the boat cleaned and greased and ready to go. This Friday I plan to splash onto Brookville. According to the Corps, the lake is still at winter pool. I am hoping to find some large walleye. That's my goal this year: big walleye from Brookville in the early spring, then on to Monroe for those massive crappie in mid-April. In May I plan to tackle the wiper population on Monroe, hitting them hard with juicy nightcrawlers and chicken livers throughout the month of May. In June I plan to threaten some white bass and walleye on Cataract, then I'll be off to Brookville for the white bass and stripers until the end of the season. Does anyone else set up plans like this, and if so, what are yours? Keep Your Tip Top Up!