My brother and I fished The Narrows for a week solid and did well each day, catching both small and decent sized jacks and pickerel, and even one whitefish. I caught a pickerel weighing around 5 1/2 pnds, 22 inches on a 5 of diamonds plug I bought at the Marina. (Props to the Marina Guy he was really nice and helpful during our stay!) My bro was reeling in a little perch and swears he saw a HUGE pickerel come up to it and turn away just as he got it close to the boat. I also caught about a 7 pound jack but he snapped my line right when we went to net him. That fish stole my favorite weedless hook, too. I caught a 6 pound jack with a bobber and a generic spoon at one point. The best times to fish seemed to be early morning and just before sunset. Beef heart bait works well too, cut into long thin strips that look like worms. Its tough and gristley, making it hard for the fish to pull it off on ya. There was crazy surface activity, fish jumping all around us most of the time, tons of minnows swimming around. My bro must have caught 8 premature perch and jack, it was kinda weird. We released everything we caught. The scenery and the sunsets and sunrises were spectacular, I went out to the shore from our camp spot late at night and saw a moonlit, perfectly calm lake with fireflies dancing around me. Every time I inhaled my cigarette and the cherry would glow the fireflies would appear around me lighting up. It was great, I haven't had peace like that in a long time... The squirrels are pesky and will raid you in vast numbers but they are cute, expect rabbits in your site, watch out for crows. Apparently they have bear problems with them coming into the campgrounds looking for food, so prepare a bear cache, the local wardens will check your site when you aren't there. Twice we came back from fishing to find a warden examining our campsite, so be prepared for that. They are just doing their job. Oh, and make sure to bring your own toilet paper to the public stalls...trust me. If you want to see some videos I took of the scenery and wildlife, go to YouTube and look up the channel 99f234.