Hit Hoover with my father in law last night. Put in at Baldrige and wind was terrible, main lake looked like chocolate milk. I had anticipated heading North - but I got a call from another friend who was already up there and there were several boats in the area and the bite was hit and miss. So we decided to head over to twin bridges and see what was shaking there. Found the fish suspended all along the walls, but not as concentrated as last week. So we tried shallow in the back of the southern bridge cove. Nada. Though I did hook something big that I fought for about 3-4 minutes on 6 lb. test and never saw. Just as I got him to the boat he spit the jig and disappeared - probably a cat, but I'll never know for sure. Sooooo, went back out in the main cove of twin bridges and set up out of the wind. At twilight the bite really turned on and at times couldn't manage 2 poles. We ended up keeping around 3 dozen all over 9". Lots of females with eggs, so they haven't all moved up yet. This coming week should be the ticket.