Went out this morning with Mr. Bumpass for a half day trip. There was zero wind and very few clouds in the sky. Right off the bat during low light, the rattle trap seemed effective. As the morning progressed, we slowed down our approach to continue catching. I was hoping to get him going on a crank bait bite but with the strike window being condensed, I got him to hook up with weightless senkos in watermelon and shakey head worms in green pumpkin. I did notice that we started catching them in the rocks, which is a good sign. As the weather continues to cool off, this trend should present itself more often. On secondary points with wood, we were doing good in about 3-5 ft of water and there were usually bait clouds nearby when we got bit.
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