Had to make a new game plan for the Southeast wind. According to NOAA it was blowing a stead 17-18 mph when I launched. I got a fishing report as I launched. Two boats were loading up. I talked to one of the anglers and they had blanked. First cast around 10:15. It was cold, had four layers to keep warm. Started with the 2.8 on a 3/16 oz. head because it was so windy. Caught one pretty soon. Then caught one here and there. Definite pattern of points and pockets. I fished my usual Spring places and then fished new water because of the wind. Continued to catch one here and there and covered water. Around noon, there was a mass exodus at the boat ramp. Another fishing report. I think I had 10 at around 1:00 when I had lunch. Continued the new water and continued catching. Caught several way in the back of small pockets. Also missed a bunch of fish today. Some hard pullers just pulled off. I think it was a combination of the slack in the line and the spawning fish didn't really want to eat the bait. Late in the day I went to another new area just to get out of the wind, which was howling. Caught four fish there including my best of the day at 3-3. Funny thing, I usually throw nothing but the Bluegill Flash color. I actually ran out of them late in the day. Tackle Warehouse order with new supply is getting here tomorrow. I put on Electric Shad with the chartreuse on half the tail and caught my two best fish of the day on that. Also late in the day my trolling motor batteries were weak. Looking at my records shows that I've had them 3 1/2 years. New ones this week. It wasn't fun fighting the wind but had no choice. Called last cast at 5:06. Clicked 23 on the day. Quality was good. Water was 62º-63º. All fish were caught on the 2.8 Keitech.