Had I boated all of them it would have been a 4!
Launched into whitecaps and very dirty water. Motored south into the wind and fished the SE corner all the way west to the park weaving in and out of the big pad field. I fished three different frogs, pitched plastics and slow rolled a swim jig and only had one good one roll on a swimming frog.
Fishing from the park back around piling point in the pouring rain I didn't get bit. Fishing the shallows north of piling point slow rolling a swim jig produced the first strike and only boated bass. 4.8 pounds. Threw right back in the same spot and hooked another one but it ran left then jumped and spit me. Maybe 3 pounds.
Moved over to piling row and lost one and missed another. Motored over to fish the docks on the north side, fished down to the NE corner without a bite.
Pitched the pads and laydowns up the east side and ran the swim jig some more but that was that as all the pad chopping and wind fighting drained my batteries too much to continue effectively.
The water was 54* and very dirty brown, I imagine from all the wind. The pads are still pretty thick but getting very weak and navigating through them is pretty doable. Water level is down quite a bit still as well.