Surprisingly the fishing on Lake Onalaska did not slow down as the temps rose.  Now that the cold front has moved through I expect that the crappies and perch will really start becoming more active.  That being said guys are reporting that they are catching bluegills, crappies, and perch without moving the boat.  The bass have really turned around and are starting to bite really well after taking much of the summer and early fall off.  The northerns have continued their hot streak from the summer, I saw a 38″ northern last week.  Although the fishing has been excellent on the lake the last month or so, I think that as the water temps cool a bit it is going to get even better.