I told grandson Jake and his girlfriend Lynzi I was going fishing on the Beaver Moon and they volunteered to come along. We caught 5 dinky sandies and a few yellow bass out in 18 fow on little Hummdingers about 9:30. We had come across a Blue Heron earlier, he had the shoreline all to himself and there was a lot of baitfish up shallow. So we decided to move in to shallow water hoping to improve on the size of fish. We tied on buzz baits and hit the rocks looking for Hybrids coming up in the shallows to feed. I put my rod down so I could work us up close to the rocks, the moon wasn’t much help behind the clouds. Jake missed a couple and then caught the larger hybrid and then a smaller one 20 yards down the shoreline. We fished out the shoreline and by 10:30 the bed was calling my name. We didn’t catch a lot of fish, but the Hybrids were a nice way to end the night. They were caught in 3 fow on buzz baits. No boats out on the water except for 2 tied up under the bridge. Neither Jake or Lynzi had ever fished out on a boat at night. So catching the hybrids while on the water at dark thirty was a memory maker for them both. Great night to be on Hubbard.