We have really seen some up and down weather this past week. Wind, rain, and cooler temps have really made fishing difficult to nearly impossible. We are still catching fish, it's just not as easy to stay on spots as the wind has really been brutal. Shallow water is still the place to be. 1-6 feet of water is where we are catching the majority of our fish. Try to find the warmest/stained water you can. If the water is crystal clear it is often more difficult to connect with fish. We are also fishing the wind the majority of the time as this seems to be where the bait is concentrated.
Pitching cranks and jig/plastic combos is by far the best way to cover shallow water this time of year. Slip-bobbers have also produced some fish as well. Look for the bite to get better as the weather comes around.
Good luck to all!