Fishing was generally tough at Potholes for our 2nd Club Fish Day of the spring. Most of us caught a handful of walleye, but the bite was tough for most of us. The wind was out of the north at 10 to 15 mph when we launched at Potholes State Park making for a rough ride on the main lake. Most of us took shelter in Lind Coulee during the morning. The wind laid down in the afternoon making for pleasant conditions with temps in the 70s. The water temperature was 60-62 degrees and the water clarity was about 4 feet.