The Indiana side is the better side for fishing in my opinion. The Ind. state record musky came from Wolf Lk. There are various access sites for the Ind. side of Wolf Lk. I launch from the park, there's a fee, don't worry it won't break you, the ramp is nice enough, and usually plenty of parking. I look for the deepest dropoffs and channels, that's where you'll find walleyes, although this time of year don't neglect shallow areas. You can catch white bass all day out in the middle of the lake, crappies can scatter, but look for them in deeper areas too. There's a deep weedline from approx. the tollroad overpass towards the island. which attracts lots of fish. There are not many other places you can catch walleye's within eyesight of the sears tower.