ResQ, following is an excerpt from one of my Riffe reports last year. I hope it helps and good luck.
"Wow! I think that I have a new favorite lake...Although we were headed towards the dam we ended up starting at the point across the lake from the launch area. Running 4 kokanee rod/reel combinations we started with a variety of dodger/lure offerings. We ran four distinctly different dodgers followed by a mini squid, a custom tied spinner, a custom spin-n-glow set-up and a custom smilie blade rig. All lures were tipped with shrimp. All gear down we got to the business of locating the fish and figuring out what depth they would bite at.
The first rod to get bit was dragging a chartreuse swing blade dodger followed by a green mini squid. With this new found knowledge I swapped a couple of the other dodgers for chartreuse dodgers and continued the hunt. We did numerous lure changes and the next fish hit a green based custom tied spinner running behind a wonder bread dodger. As we approached the general dam area a pattern in the fishes lure preference was starting to develop so I changed all the lures to some form of chartreuse and chrome. In the end we were running chartreuse/chrome spin-n-glow, my custom chartreuse and chrome spinners or chartreuse smile bladed mini squids. By the time we made the first pass along the buoy line we had it dialed in and were consistently catching fish with multiple hook ups being the norm.
After some experimentation, our favored trolling speed was 1.7 mph. We metered fish throughout the water column and caught fish at various depths but the most consistent producers were 1 color on the lead line rigs and 12’ on the downriggers. We were running the rigs about 75’ behind the downrigger clips. With limits for the boat we headed for the ramp by 11:00-11:30. Our fish, a mixed species bag of 10”-22” fish. After a series of drag burning runs and aerial acrobatics we lost a much larger fish but are not sure what it was..."