In this months issue of In-fisherman on page 20 there is an article titled "More fish, Better fishing? It is said that food supply is a key ingredent to catch rate. When prey is abundant, fish locate forage readily and are not fooled by anglers. I recently night fished with floating lights and was amazed at the tiny shad and minnow forage attacted. Some of the fish caught that night were stuffed with these forage. Do you think, if a lake is loaded with forage, that is why so many of us find it hard to catch fish? or the fish are not there to be caught?