I got on the water at noon. First stop was in the far south east corner where the rip rap and land meet. (No swimming signs are posted) Started off throwing a top water bait first thing. Found a few fish, caught them on back to back cast. Kept working this area and ended up with seven in thirty minutes. A few were dinks, so I decided I wasn’t catching any more of those and went looking for bigger fish. I was running and gunning for the next three hours picking one up here and one up over there. Any how, I was stuck on the twelve count for a long time, almost to the point of calling it quits. But I didn’t quit, I kept on searching. After several more stops, I decided to go check out the area where I was on that dink fest yesterday. Glad I did, the dinks were no where to be found, but the three and four pound fish were plentiful. Started out catching them on plastic, then I switched back to the top water bait and it was the right choice my friend. Three and four pound bass were just crushing this thing. I definitely got my rod bent and drag pulled. Not to mention all the dancing on the dance floor. I had my hands full pulling these freight trains to the boat. Jump, oh my gosh, they were doing it all, jumping, stripping drag and bending that pole. I ended the day with a count of thirty two bass while fishing solo. This did not turn out to be a good trip, it was a great trip. The time I spent searching paid off in the end, because it’s hard to beat a good top water bite trip. Good quality fish today, felt like I was back at home on this lake again.
Awesome fishing trip. No ultra light tackle today.