What more can I say, it was AWESOME. Our count was at 110 and we needed two more bass to break a record of 111 bass that Rick and I set over a year a go. We make one more pass through the end of some timbers and boom, boom; we get a double hook up to put us over our old record. What a way to end the day and break an old record. Double Hook Up, man it doesnít get any better than that my friend
We had four areas that really produced some fish. We caught them on top water baits, T/R plastic, W/R & T/R senkos and shallow diving cranks. Iím not real sure on how many double hook ups we had, but Iím guessing somewhere around four through out the day, maybe even more because the top water action was unbelievable. Around 4:00pm the top water action died off, but right before dark it was back on. But to be honest, we fished with different baits all through out the day. Pitch plastic here, throw a top water over there, and cast a shallow diving crank somewhere else. I had four rods on deck and I was constantly putting one down and grabbing up another. The wind was horrible when we first arrived, then it got some what okay, but it ended the day blowing like crazy again. The heavy over cast is the only reason why we did so well through out the day because the fish stayed shallow and we were able to locate areas out of the wind that produced not only some quality fish, but numbers as well. Man, if you havenít planed a trip to Fayette by now, then I would highly suggest that you get your butt out there with a friend or fishing buddy and get your poles bent. It is totally unreal right now.
Hereís Rickís 5.12 lb. fish. Nice little chunkÖ..
And hereís mine. It weighed four something, I canít remember.