floated upstream of the 35 bridge on Monday, all the way up to the rapids below the 876 bridge, had no trouble finding lots of sandies, the problem was "short strikes"! Hook em fight em, get em to run a bit, then line goes slack! fish spit hook out! If I Had landed every one I hooked would have had a limit within an hour, they were that thick. Found the biggest concentration up by the limestone bluffs, just out from the submerged boulders. Gin clear water from first bend above 35, all the way to 876. Got 10 sandies and one crappie into my two man boat, and kept 5 rather decent males. The big ones I kept losing were females, as I could see they were bloated, in that clear water.
As usual, rooster tails and rooster tail knockoffs, in the 1/6th oz size, on 6 lb Trilene, along with 1/16 th oz curly tail grubs, white seemed to be popular, got the strikes.
The Limestone Bluffs: