Fishing is really starting to pick up with the water warming quickly due to multiple days above 80 degrees.  The bass and the northern pike are very aggressive and this is the time of the year to be throwing spoons and mepps spinners.  Finally the bluegills are starting to bite, and guys are catching good sized ones in numbers.  The perch have finished spawning and the schools are starting to loosen up, if you can find where they are feeding its a lot of fun.  The crappie bite has been frustrating so far with some days being decent and other days they just shut down.  As far as I can tell they have not spawned yet, they should go anytime now.  Water clarity is excellent for being at flood stage and it should remain that way as the river continues to draw down.  Good luck, and stop in at the shop to get the latest report!