Hit the lake this evening to run my boat to make sure she was purring after some boat maintenance. She still runs like a top so I got a line wet. They're still there. Not sure what's going on with the weather folks as they haven't gotten the wind right for a week. Took them over the bow for about an hour but it was worth it. Bilge works great as well.
That's one of those plum trees I believe. Great pictures and you're correct...the weathermen don't have a very good average this year. Seems like they would walk outside to see which way the wind is blowing. Does the wide tail on those gliders give it a slower fall?
Fall is slower. I'm using on a 1/16 bladed head. I'd say 8 out of 10 bites it gets thumped however some fish are picking it up. Funny thing is they're not spitting it. We've been watching our line, when it goes slack we take our time reeling down and then cross their eyes. It's fun.
I'm running Lowrance HDS 10 on console and 8 on bow.
I've caught my best crappie ever on Hubbard with this brush glider lately. Can't wait to try it on actual big fish lakes.