Fished in a small 5 boat tourney yesterday with Medina Lake Bassmasters from 7am-1pm and had a great time. The fishing was really off with bluebird skies and that cold front blowing threw the day before. Water temps 67 degrees and clear. We tried as best we could to put a pattern together, but every fish we boated seemed to be random from 2'-15' on any type of structure, we just couldn't figure it out. Texas rig senko was the best producing technique for the day, with watermellon red flake being our best color. Normal days out there are easy 60+ bass, but I doubt we caught 15 yesterday, it was tough. We were able to put 2 keepers in the boat with one of them being just over 3lb for a 2 fish total of 4.6lbs, which was fortunately enough for us to win it. Everyone reported about the same experience on the water that we had that I talked to. These guys hosted a great tourney and I hope to get to fish with them again!