Went out to a local spot for a few hours before running some errands. Started fishing the edges of cover and pads and caught 2 early on a double bladed buzzbait. After that I cruised around and threw everything...spinnerbaits, crankbaits, mini slammer, spooks, etc. and couldn't get a bite. Tried it in open water as well. Nothing.
After about 2 hours I started pounding the shoreline cover up tight. The place was pretty flooded with water back where it would normally be shoreline. That's when I started catching them. I couldn't believe since I thought they'd be cruising or on the edges with the weather the way it was.
They were way back in the thickest cover and the main pattern was flooded brush at the base of a tree. I ended up pitching weighted plastics and hollow body frogs. Both worked but the frog really worked for some reason.
It had to be right dropped against the tree or in the dead center of the brush.
Ended up with about 25 and covered the spectrum. A bunch of shorts, a bunch in the 1 range, a few 2s, a 3, a 4, and a 5.
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