Im beat! Fished the AEP from Thursday morning to Sunday morning. To the best of my memory I fished 23 ponds, scouted about 10 others, and only a few of which were roadside. My kayak only weighs 35LBS, but it gets real heavy after three days of dragging it up 40 feet of mud bank beaver trails! I conservatively averaged 50 bass a day (even on Friday when high winds and thunder storms kept me off the water after 5PM). I had to work through a LOT of dinks to get a few "nice ones". Im guessing that only 10 fish were over 2LBS. Oh, and a 5.6LB personal best! (link to pic) I will be breaking that in the fall when I return to AEP! Almost all the bass were caught on a black 5" Senko. Most of the action was in the bank slop, but some were caught in open water holes in the submerged grass. I did get a few on a 3/8OZ white blade spinnerbait, a Sumo Frog, and a 3/8OZ black & blue jig. I tried many times to get a topwater bite, but to no avail? They were hitting the Senko so well, it was hard to use anything else. Also got shut out with the jitterbug at night? Many of the ponds were relatively cloudy after the hard rain, but it was still like fishing in an aquarium. I did see a lot of BIG bass roaming, but refusing any offering (got to find something that they will hit).