This post is a bit late, as I'm laid up recovering from my 4th knee surgery on Thursday. Seems arthritis is kickin' my behind, and this is just to postpone a double knee replacement. Had all of the pre-op stuff on Tuesday, and when I got home, Kevin had the car packed and bucket full of gills, chubs, shiners, and goldfish. The half-mile walk to "the hole" on the GMR took forever, but we were in the water by 5:00. At 5:10, Kevin picked up a screaming run on a frozen bluegill, yielding a 35-lb shovelhead at 41 inches long, which I masterfully lipped for him as our net has a big hole. Not much action until around 8:00, and then I got a turn - an 11-lb 6-oz flathead on live bluegill. A light rain started, and since the rocks get pretty slick, we decided to pack it in. I didn't feel the walk back to the car at all. It was really good to have a nice night to hang it up on this year. Hope you all are catching this fall.