Hey, there's so many knowledgeable fishermen here...and I have a question. I fish at a couple little private ponds--both maybe two acres--and normally I have good luck with lots of nice bass and big 'gills, and a few big cats. But recently there has been a tremendous cover of heavy scummy moss on the ponds--making it almost impossible to fish. Can't find a "hole" that the bait/lure will sink through--and if you do, you pull up POUNDS of the stuff with your retrieve. (Weedless stuff is useless too). It's really ruined some good fishing. Both my ponds are now about 75% covered, and I've never seen that--in the past, it tends to be 20% or so and quickly dissipates. What causes this? Can anything be done to lessen the moss? It is a terrible disappointment, and seems to be getting worse...will it go away with cooler temps? Is there any way to successfully fish in that thick goo?? Any wisdom will be VERY appreciated!