White jigs in the 1/2 to 1oz range in either bucktail, tube, or twister are your huckleberry. If you can tip with a sucker minnow or other large minnow you will get more strikes. Look for fish with your electronics and when you find them, note the depth, and drop your jig ALL THE WAY TO THE BOTTOM!!! Jig for 10 seconds or so ON THE BOTTOM, then reel up 10 feet or so and repeat the jigging process. Many times the feeding trout will be on the bottom, but they will hit the jig all the way up to the boat so don't stop the process until you get to the surface. If you can find a vertical wall that has 60+ft of water, give that a try as well. You can also use the large sized swedish pimples or similiar jigging spoons. You can tip these with a big minnow head or 3 smaller whole minnows, whatever you have available. Good Luck!!!
Oh and if you have a chance, you may want to upsize the trebles on the jigging spoons. Lakers have big tough mouths. When you get a hit, set the hook two or three times REAL GOOD. They will roll and roll and roll while bringing them up. Much more than any pike.....ever!