Darn fast! Took my grandson Anthony down to the front lake to catch some bass with the leftover perch shiners I brought home yesterday. Shiners in the lake is like meat to hungry lions. Well he caught about six bass and then one came swimming past close to shore and we threw in a dead shiner. The bass came in, looked over the shiner and then, faster than you could detect it, he inhaled the shiner and just stayed motionless. We continued feeding him and tried to see the strike but it is too fast. Finally, a couple more bass showed up and the competition began. What a blast! Then Anthony got bit by a spider and the fishing fun ended so I dumped in the remaining live shiners and watched as the lake exploded in action as we walked away, with bass and shiners comming to the surface and sometimes out of the water.