I'm in the same boat as many of us now. It's been very hot and humid around my area lately. I've been fishing in the evenings, or at sunup on Saturday morning. Yesterday, we finished up work around 1:00 in the afternoon, and, despite the bright sun, zero wind, and sticky conditions, I went fishing anyway, making a bank trip to a small lake near home. I fished for forty minutes, throwing a t rigged Culprit worm with no strikes. In the distance, I saw some large clowds coming in. Once the clouds were over me, blocking out all sun, I caught 4 bass in twenty minutes. The cloud cover brought in a light breeze, which gave a slight chop on the water too. Before I went home, I tied on a 1/4 oz black beetlespin, and caught one more fish also. " Cloud cover and a slight wind, are a form of cover for bass". I read this so long ago, I can't even remember when? I've seen it happen before too. It doesn't need to be dark, threatening storm clouds, just enoupgh cloud cover to block the sun. Hopefully, the clouds bring a light wind too. Sometimes, it's pretty amazing how quickly the cloud cover can put fish on the move, and put the odds in your favor. I've seen this happen a few times before. Has anyone else had your luck change quickly with some clouds that blow in?