Well, I finally made it to the lake at 10 AM Sunday. When I left the dock, a shore fisherman showed me a 4ish pound bass and a 2 ft pickerel a guy who was anchored just off the dock had just caught on what they thought was a chartreuse spinnerbait (he had given them to him). Needless to say, I tied one on and tried my luck. Nothing. I headed up the lake and wasn't getting bit at all when I ran across a man and his two sons with a john boat and a dead trolling motor battery (he only had a trolling motor). He asked if I could tow him in and I said I was sorry but that would cut severely into my fishing time. But after watching him and his sons paddle in circles trying to get somewhere I decided to help him. I felt bad turning them down, I wasn't catching anything anyway and I also figured it might be a sign I should fish the lake south of the dock instead of north where I was. When we got back, someone had just caught a 6.5 pound bass from the dock using a crawfish on a C-rig. I motored out to the spot where he said he had caught it (he very kindly directed me) and hooked a 1ish fish on a C-rig but no others. I tried deep cranking, C-rigging and T-rigging down the lake but no luck. It was a windy day and as luck would have it, I hadn't brought my anchor! Finally, I practically beached the boat on a point near the old river channel and caught another 1ish fish on a C-rig. I was ready to leave but I made two more casts with a drop shot rig and caught one last smaller one. Tough day but at least I got a few!