I launched at the south shore ramp. Right off the bat in that cove I began landing some fish. The fish were holding tight in pockets near the grass lines. Even though I was graphing some larger fish on my electronics over in this area, I was only able to drag in some one to one and half pound fish. (Dinks) So I picked up and moved on to continue my search for bigger fish. I tried several other spots that I normally do not fish and the results were the same, dinks. So I headed on over to the discharge. There really wasn’t much of a current over there like there normally is. Hmmmm? Any how, I did manage to pick up several in this area, but unfortunately no big ones. So I checked out a couple of other places with the same results, small fish. I moved back onto the grassy areas and started pitching a top water bait up in the shallow areas, working it ever so slowly. This method was producing a lot of fish along with a few larger fish at that. (3 lb. range) I was getting bit on my top water bait all through out the day. I got on the water @ 3:00pm and was off @ 7:30pm. (My puppy dog got cold, so I called it the day even though the bite was picking up) So I fished for 4-½ hours and I caught 23 fish in all. Even though I caught a good number of fish, I am still trying to decipher if I had a good time or not. Those little ol dinks just do nothing for me. Perhaps if I had caught a four to six pound kicker fish with these dinks then my feelings on this would be different. I’m guessing that I caught 2/3’s of my fish on the top water bait so that was fun. I don’t really consider this to be much of a report, but it is what it is. Some days are just better than others -- what can I say?