I caught 6 at the bridge yesterday early, on the water just after dawn, waiting within sight for someone at the boat ramp.
One was well over 3 lbs. though likely a little less than 4. All the others were in the 1.5 to 2 lbs. range excepting one that looked like a little schooler.
I did see a few boil-ups but they were small groups and didn't last long.
All were caught from my kayak using a drop shot: #1 Rebarb hook and about a 12" leader down to the shot itself.
Summer doldrums, I think, for many other techniques, anything moving too fast for lazy bass to want to chase.
In a couple of cases, two or so of the bass, the roboworm soaked for several minutes, no bites, and I sort ripped the rod tip up to move the worm and I suppose it triggered a bite. They might have been looking at it but it took that to make them bite it.
Big times now just around the corner on most lakes when bass will have the urge to fatten up for winter.