I live in an apartment complex that has a private 10 acre lake that has very good populations of Bass, HUGE catfish, HUGE carp, some gar, and I've seen a couple pike and musky finning. Oh, and of course there are gills and the like. I try to fish the lake every night (9-10pm) with my Mann's Wakebait. Same color, same swivel, same knot. A few nights ago I fished after a hard rain (lasted 20 minutes) had come through about 10 minutes before I started. I could not keep the fish off my wakebait. Landed 15 LM Bass in 30 minutes and had so many boils I stopped counting. Tonight, the weather was overcast clear until 2pm, then sunny the rest of the day. Temperature was probably 5 degrees cooler than the rainy day was. I fished the same time frame, same everything... didn't get one hit the whole time out there. Here's my thoughts: On days with consistent weather, should I be looking to throw deeper baits? I initially thought that depth didn't matter a whole lot after it got dark enough for bass to roam around. I should have also mentioned that this lake doesn't really set up well for fishing diving crankbaits. The first 30' of the lake is maybe knee deep, then there is a very nice drop off. ALL of my fish have come from that ridge. Any insight is appreciated.