We had a blast! Woke up at 6:30 and loaded the boat trying to beat the wind that was forecasted, we had to buck some wind but luckily we beat it for the most part. It took 2hrs 10min to get to our spot. This was our first trip there and I have been following the thread on here of what to expect...As advertised whales in the front of piute are just barely poking above the surface. Donkeys we're running and braying all night and the fishing was fantastic! Boated a several stripers, long and skinny and a bunch of cappie, smallies and the most largemouth we've ever caught in a trip. Only one walleye and one bluegill. We used the bomber model A in green was pretty good. I got tired or fixing plastics and sent to a double jig of 1/8 oz marabou in white with 1/32 oz chartreuse marabou trailer. The chartreuse definitely was the color. Seemed like to us the big chunk rock/ boulders were more productive than the rubble piles. All in all had a great safe trip! As far as gas and such we went out of bullfrog the boat has a 300 verado on it and it runs sweet about 4000 rpms at about 30 mph. Took about 2 hrs 10 min to our spot. We took down 15 extra gallons with us but didn't use it. Filled up when we got home and we burned 43.5 gallons. Hope this helps some of you. Good luck to everyone going down soon!Water temp was 61 by the end of the trip.