After many schedule conflicts and rainchecks this year Misfit and I were finally able to hook up and once again resume our chase for elusive Hoover 'eyes. With overcast skies we hit the water around 7:00 pm. Marked surface temps of 80 degrees and a soft westerly breeze gave the water a light chop. Seemed like a perfect night for fishing. 10 minutes into our first pass yielded a scrappy 12 incher to Misfit. We both thought this early fish was a sign of better things to come. However, the rest of the night proved uneventful save for anther 1 or 2 more of the baby 'eyes and a thick 15 inch smallie which would finish off the night. Other than a snagged crank that proved irretrievable, the night was relaxing, peaceful and devoid of any mis-adventures. While the fishing was slow, good conversation and nice weather more than made up for it. Thanks for coming along Rick, look forward to doing it again soon.