I havn't posted in a while so I thought I would help someone out who was having trouble catching fish here lately. I have been fishing a local upground reservoir for the past month or so and having some luck. The bass bite has slowed a little, but two of us still managed 18 smallies last night in a couple of hours, most were right at 12" and a few bigger ones. Now the catfish bite on the other hand is really heating up, in fact it was so bad we could hardly fish with a leech on one pole while trying to jig for bass on the other. The main thing to remember is when fishing in the ultra clear water in these reservoirs less is more. The less weight you use the more fish you will catch in most cases. Most of the time we start out with roadrunners or overhead spinners tipped with a worm or leech, and if that doesn't work we switch over to sliding bobbers on one rod, and a plain wire hook with as small of a weight that we can get away with on the other. Softcraws were the hot ticket yesterday but each day often proves to be different. The better size bass are keying on shallow structure and seem to be most active from about 7:30pm up until dark. Hope this helps someone out, and as always feel free to ask any questions.