What a great day to be out. North wind sort of sucked, but it was darned comfortable. I'm only now starting to feel the big-time sunburn on my legs and face. LOL. Hit Nimisila with cfish102, going for whatever was biting. We started for bass, no hits, except for some hard hitting bluegill. Switched from Red Shad worms to slip bobbers, pinmins, waxworms and were getting some real nice fish. A lot were in the 8 inch range. After a while, we started catching crappie. So, of course, we were darn glad we picked up 4 or so dozen minnows too! Need less to say, we really got into the fish, most gills were 6-8 inchers, the crappie were in the 7-9 inch range. We caught a load of perch too, all small and VERY skinny. Dubbed them "string bean" perch. Chris even got a nice channel cat, about 17 inches or so. After the minnows were gone, we went back to bassin. I got 3 bass, biggest was close to 3 pounds, all head, pretty skinny, but not like the Portage Lakes bass, just looked thin. The topwater bite was OFF. I managed one dink bass in the slop, and Chris missed a few that got off in the lily pads and weeds. Saw new member timthebuilder out in his home-made boat again with his daughter. Hope you guys did as well on the panfish as we did. It was great to find a school of hungry crappie. They weren't big, but could have made one heck of a meal along with the gills. Maybe next time.