Fished just six hours today, but they're comin' on. And I think I found something pretty tough just as I was finishing up.
Air temps 44-68, skies mostly clear, wind North by Northwest, breezy at times. Water temps 69-71, water clarity was too damn clear, with a very little stain in the creeks. Water levels are still dropping, about 2-1/2 feet low.
Caught seven keepers in a really short two hour period in two separate creeks. 3 on spinnerbaits, 1 on a buzzbait, two on a squarebill and 1 on a Spook. Lots of shad, and all sizes. Flat banks near the channel, on and off wood, on and off docks. Typical fall. My biggest fish was maybe 3-1/2 pounds, but I saw bigger.
I found some deeper fish at the end of my short trip. If I can get away again soon (tough to do) I'll give them a shot, but this time of the year they are always on the move.