Got out Sunday morning, really nice day, very little wind and warming up as the day went on.
There was striper activity right out in front of the Indian creek ramp and all around that area. Scattered fish coming up on top, and from what I could tell they were chasing fairly small shad as in 1-2" shad. I spent probably a good hour and a half chasing those things, but they would not touch anything I threw. Water is very clear in that area, fish were spooky, very tough to get within casting distance even with the TM set at low, I could get some close to the boat if I slowly approached them, and then let the boat drift in, but still could not get them to eat anything. If I could do it all over again, I'd bring some small spoons, grubs, and marabou jigs and give them a shot. Anyway, if you're looking for stripers they are there at the mouth of Indian.
Gave up on the stripers and went back in Indian to chase smallies, which was my reason for launching there. Never did find much of a bite, caught 3 smallies in the 12-14" range on jigs and Ned.
Caught a nice walleye (released) pictured above, I was swimming a jig back to the boat when he hit it. I'm also pretty sure I had another good one on earlier that got off. I believe that if a person went back in Indian and worked a swim jig with a paddle tail trailer around the rocks and trees you have a decent chance at putting a good walleye or two in the boat. It's not going to be a numbers game, and you're going to have to fish hard, but the opportunity is there. I might give it another shot later this week and target some walleye (maybe I'll catch a good smallie if I chase wallies ).