Got my usual start at around 9:45. I was the second to launch at Cedar Breaks. The first guys were already on the trailer with a motor that wouldn't start. Mine started right up. My problem with the warning horn is solved but I may do a separate post on that. Knew the wind would be an issue so planned to power fish. Threw an A-rig for 45 minutes, then a DT-6, and a hard jerk bait. Tried a wacky senko a while. Not a sniff on anything. I didn't start with the finesse stuff because of the wind. At around 12:15 went to a semi-protected bank and got out the Armor Shad. Caught one right away. A couple minutes later the first gusts of the north wind were felt. However I caught 3 more while spot locked on that point. Moved a little and caught another. Tried to fish protected banks so I wouldn't have a big bow in my line. Went back to that point later and caught another. Fished a semi-protected stretch and caught some more. Ended up with 9 again. All on the Damiki Armor Shad on a 1/8 oz. jig head. After lunch at around 1:00 I decided to go down the lake to a bank where I caught some last time. As I got there the lake suddenly got rough...I looked over and there was about a 35' wake boat making 4' waves. I left before the new ones got to me. Those sideways waves tend to make this old man lose his balance on the front deck. I lean on a stand up seat. Jet skis were there all afternoon doing all their tricks and high speed runs. Saw a paddle boarder with no shirt and only board shorts. Kayakers of course. Pontoon boats yes and two were launching when I got to the ramp at around 3:20. Water was 56º-57º. On another non-fishing note, I was blessed with my first dose of the vaccine yesterday.