After releasing the second fish the school went on to different places, and another door opened in the form of big Bluegills. They were feeding actively in the flats, and the dragon fly nymphs were working perfectly. They even brought out a few lone cruising bass. Particularly the Gills put a great bend in the glass rod.
|The water was fairly low as evidenced by these beds.|
Then, later in the evening, the Bluegills went away and I returned to the popper. Nothing happened for an hour. Then the switch was flipped. I caught for largemouth in a row, and ended up leaving late. I'll be back for more!