I went out to Hagg on Sunday 5/28 in my kayak. Got on the water just after 6 am and fished till about 10 am. I launched from the Scoggins Creek picnic area and fished out around the grass flats near there. The water temps were right about 70 or just under. I started with a white spinnerbait with one Colorado blade and one willow blade. That one has been very trusty for me at Hagg. I caught one on about my 5th cast, and hooked a second that came off in the grass a couple casts later. Then I changed over to a little walking bait that has worked really well for smallies on the Willamette, but no luck there, they weren't interested in top water. I tied on a weightless senko style bait and fished in the pockets of grass and caught 4 more within an hour and a half or so. I searched around with the spinnerbait and caught one more bringing my total to 6, mostly under 2 lbs, one might have been around 3, definitely bigger then the rest. Not a bad outting for just 4 hours on a perfect morning. They're really fired up right now at Hagg and with the weather cooling off a bit now I bet they'll stay shallow for a while longer. Tight lines!