Once I stopped outside Indian Creek the water was VERY muddy brown. I idled around in and up the creek but wasn't seeing anything. After almost an hour of searching I decided to head back to find "clear" water. I stopped around R30 and started trolling. I was nearing R30 when the first fish hit. A nice fight and a nice fish. 28" and the bastard pooped all over me and the boat. So I dropped him overboard and set out the center line. As I reached for the second rod, that first one was grabbed! A quick fight with a little one. At the boat I grabbed the leader to haul him in and he shook off the hook. Only about 21" but I touched the leader so he counts. So I made my notes and set out the center line again and reached for the second rod and that first line was slammed again!! Another good fight and a 27" was in the boat. That was three fish in 10 minutes!!! Wow!
About this time Don H. and Steve N. showed up and I told them the fish were all over this area. All of us tried casting a bunch of different stuff but none of us hooked up. After about an hour of that I decided to troll around again and in my second loop of the area, right in front of R30 I got another bite. This one was a fat 26+". It was the least little bit over 26 so I threw him back. Tried some more but no more bites. A four fish total. The interesting thing is that all four were caught on a small blue/silver Bomber deep diving minnow-type crankbait. Its the smaller two hook model. I got them a Saunders but bought the last one on my last visit there. I'm going to ask him to get more.
That's it for now.