Launched at 7 Bays about 10 am. Motored to Hawk Creek bay and started trolling leaded lines, two with flies (one orange and one perch, and one with herring dodger and orange fly. All tipped with a piece of nightcrawler. The no dodger orange got hit immediately and landed a nice fat 18 to 19 inch unclipped. The orange got more hits before the perch started getting action. The dodger rig was definitely slower and had a tougher time keeping the fish on. Finally pulled off the dodger and put on a yellow fly. All colors got hit with the orange best and the perch close behind. Fished mostly over 30 to 40 ' water . Speed varied from 1.5 to 2.5. About 150 feet of line including 40 ' leader and leaded line. Two fishermen ended the day with 8 in the box, 14 to 17" and 5 released on purpose and another 5 released themselves. Weather overcast fog initially with light wind chop. Went flat about 1pm and cleared. Bite was better before the weather cleared. Moved to north of the confluence along the east shore and got a few more bites but spotty action. Quit just before sunset. Not spectacular fishing but pretty good and love being out on Roosevelt. Beautiful and quiet. Saw maybe five boats all day.