here's a report. the only folks to hook up on chrome were running "searching leaders" at a minimum of 10' in length. many folks acting like they own the river down there saturday. saw tim schaeffer land one fish in a sea of boats. i felt bad for him because all morning he was getting low holed by the many many boats up by the dam. tried to fish away from the crowds and the end result was boats parking where they could fish from shore. i dont really understand how you can drive up from paducah kentucky and park your boat 5-10 feet from shore at a popular shore angler spot. not only did they not hook anything but they completely and rudely cut off every person that was there fishing from shore before this boat dropped anchor. the other side wasn't any better. one duo in a boat decided the best option for fishing high water was tying up to a fallen tree right in the middle of another MUCH MORE popular shore angler spot. upon watching this go down the big guy in the front of the boat almost got tossed from the boat as the navigationalist in the back was apparently learning to tiller steer his boat. (and yes it would have been funny) then to top it all off nobody was "synchronized drifting". many of the teniored locals didnt even fish while this was going on. anyways i wonder what all the guys stir crazy for the walleyes are going to do? they have a few days left and the joe isn't looking to promising for this weekend.