started 630 an ended around 3-30ish water temp low 80s water in its usual oldham crystal clear state ;) and windy as all hell. bite start pretty good, james got the first one on the board around 2+lbs off a dock using a black n blue trigger craw. i caught my first couple on a black n blue chatter bait then would switch back n forth with a pit boss for the remainder of the day. for the first time for james being in oldham we didn't plane out for the sake of his new boat cuz we all know how scary oldham can be if you don't know the place well. thank god no major accidents , did hit ground a few times but no damage. james's son hooked into a solid 3 1/2 lbers off a rocky shoal past the island we caught a few fish here n there on chatter baits around the several different shoals in the pond. we even tried frogs in the back pads but only one good 3-4lb fish that exploded on james's frog. so once again back to skipping docks with creature baits which still produced great fish. we didnt weigh anything cuz we were too busy catching fish but id say a 5 fish limit to around 15-16lbs it literally was a war of 3 to 31/2lb fish james got lunker kinda wish we weighed it id say just under 4 all in all great day of fishing with 20+ fish caught ill take it we even had time to go swimming for a bit
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