Fished Atwood on Saturday from about 1:00 to 5:00 with pretty good luck for only being out in mid-afternoon for a few of hours. Started with the standard jig tipped with crawler and fished that for a couple of hours all over the lake without a single bite. Then tried drop-shotting a crawler with no luck either. Then switched to trolling, using a bottom bouncer and crawler harness. Almost instantly started catching fish...four saugeye and one white bass in under an hour (everything C&R). Two of the saugeyes and the white bass were very small...could hardly feel them behind the bouncer...one of which I probably dragged around the lake for ten minutes until I happen to reel in to check the rig. How heavy of a rod do you all use for bouncers? I only had my "jigging" rod with me (6'6" medium action spinning rod) and with the 1-1/2 oz bouncer it was a game of trying to decipher the difference between feeling the bottom and feeling a bite. Would a heavier rod help? I'm thinking of rigging my baitcaster (6'6" medium-heavy) for bouncing and leaving the spinning rod for jigging.