Started here we left off last night hoping they would still be there this morning. Not much happened the first pass, a fish or two. The water temp had dropped 4 degrees over night and made the fish lethargic. As the sun came up and the water temp started to rise it was on. Tight loops over the same spot were key to getting fish in the boat, if you went to far one way or the other on the pass the screen on the fish finder would go blank. We ended up with a nice batch of fish with an exceptional average size. We hooked up with close to 30 fish but they weren’t holding on well and unfortunately lots of fish were coming off at the back of the boat. Bandits and Husky Jerks 45-55 back took almost all of the fish up until about 10:00 then they went dead and Flicker Shads either down deep 80-100 back or up high only 35 back took the rest of the fish. Any lure with purple on it was the best.