On the first morning a gold mine of bass was discovered casting spinner baits from a very brushed in shore. The numbers started to rack up. That evening we found another spot, a rock where the water depth dropped dramatically. There we wacky rigged and got some good ones, although the whole week we would only get cookie cutter fish, 11-15 inches. Every single one.
For a while the fishing was consistently mediocre. I fished with whatever I had. I caught some on Bunny Leeches and the occasional buzz bait hit. Then one morning We awoke before dawn. Using flashlights, we chose a spot. I then proceeded to catch like mad on that buzz bait. It was unbelievable action. Almost every cast lead to a hit or a fish. Some jumped clean out of the water for the lure. After totaling up to 40 fish so far all five days I switched to fly use only. I sight cast to schools to top the score off a bit under sixty, what I call a good week of Bass fishing.
I had a great time. Thanks to Dalton, Colbe, and Simon for joining in the adventures. Some time next year?