"Think like a fish.....no matter how crazy it gets!"
Light travels faster than sound.
So some people seem really bright until you hear them talk.
Since you have the annual pass you can park at any State Park area...Walsburg, The Island or Charleston. All are producing well now. But at Charleston you will not have as many big boats to contend with. More tuber friendly. Also shallower water where the Provo River comes in. Good for trout but also should be starting to see a few walleye getting ready to go up the river too.
At Charleston you park on dirt and launch over gravel and mud...no launch ramp. And while there is a ramp at the Island and Walsburg I prefer to launch on natural bottom...unless it is soft mud.
Actually, I use a combo jig and fly rig...with a marabou jig either on the bottom...with a fly dropper above...or the jig on a dropper with a fly on a 3 foot trailer leader. Bubble and fly works good too. Colors to include are basic blacks, greens and browns. But white is also a Deer Creek color too.
Spinners are always worth a shot...as are other hardware faves like kastmasters and Jakes. There are several colors of Rapalas that work well and you can also score pretty well at times on plastic tubes...with or without crawler bits.