The water temps were in the high 40's and the air temps weren't much better but the big bass had moved up to some predictable places in the creek channel just waiting for the shallows to warm up into the 50's. We need two or three nights in the 50's and they will move up in waves.
I caught this one slow rolling an old Cordell Spot along the bottom. As soon as it hit a stump on the edge of the creek channel I felt the bite and it was game on. She hit it like a train.
Here's one my Father-in-Law caught.
Then I was able to put him on his PB Bluegill. This one went 1lb 11oz.