Went out last night after work for a little while. Didn't catch as many rockbass as yesterday, but had about the same luck for smallmouth. Caught 5 total, 4 smallmouth, 1 rockbass. The good news was that most of the smallmouth were decent. 2 went 16 inches and another went 15 inches. The other one was a dink. They were all caught on a pearl zulu. The 2 biggest smallies were caught in deeper slow moving water, the other was caught in about 1.5 feet of faster moving water. Tried a lot of different water, catching was very sporadic. I can't wait for the topwater bite to turn on. Has anybody ever noticed that the topwater bite usually gets real good after the first hard freeze of the year? Slow moving topwater baits such as the pop-r can be extremely hot for a week or two after the first hard freeze.