I've been fishing a new spot this year...a friend's family has a great 3 acre pond. Super place...his grandpa stocked it 20+ years ago with largemouths, crappie and bluegill and the place has woods surrounding 80% of it (little if no shore fishing, or fishing pressure at all for that matter). We try to fish it once a week. During the spawn we were pulling in 3 lb+ largemouths pretty regularly, but for the last few weeks it's been rare to see anything over 2 pounds. Still having a blast catching a dozen 1 to 1-1/2 pounders every time we go, but it would be nice to lay into some bigger fish. With the size of the pond and the amount of cover (banks are all lined with brush that extends 3'+ over the water), I've been reluctant to throw crankbaits or spinnerbaits. You'd fish the entire pond in 15 minutes with those, not to mention getting hung up constantly. Most of our luck has come from Senkos and 7-1/2" Culprits rigged weedless with no weight. Any ideas? The pond is deep (25' in the middle and 6'+ when you get 10' off the shore). Most of the bass seem to be laying up under the brush.