I really only fished one shoreline, and worked it one way with a chartreuse mylar bugger, hoping for crappies on the outside edge of the algae. No crappies, but I did catch a couple bass a a few bluegills.
Still hoping for crappies, I worked the shoreline back to my starting point with a microjig under an indicator. Not much action on that.
By this time, it was pretty dark, but I switched to a blockhead-style popper to try for bass. It took me forever to actually get it on my line, because of the poor light conditions. Within a couple casts, I caught a small bass on it. Then I moved back down the shoreline to the next spot, and made a cast or two. After a great strike, I had a nice fish on, and somehow managed to land it despite all the algae I had to bring it through.
It was a 20" Largemouth Bass, and one look verified that it was the same fish I had caught twice before this year on flies. I was so happy to have caught it again....after releasing the fish, I just went home.