Wednesday March 5, 2014. Winds predicted to be high in the Pasco are again, so I relocated up to Lake Roosevelt. Put in at Lincoln at noon and fished two spots I've had success before. Caught 10 walleyes and missed about 8 other bites in the next 2.5 hours on a motor oil grub on black jig. Same as my last fishing outing here (February 14th), you had to be dead sticking your jig and letting it drag, or you were not getting bit. My last visit fish were in 37 FOW, this time they were in 47 FOW. All fish were between 15 and 20"… running a bit smaller than last time as well when every fish was at 20". Weather was flat calm the whole day with an approaching front (Rained HARD that night). Didn't need a jacket all day until I began running around looking for new (to me) fishing spots when I explored between Hawk Creek and Jones Bay. May be back next week as my dad is in town… love to pay him back for all he taught me on the water.