Fishing has gotten a bit tougher since we have gotten a lot colder weather. The water temperature is down to about 53 degrees. I have found that most of the fish that were in the backs of the creeks have now moved out to the deeper points. Tried throwing reaction baits but didn’t get any bites. Most of our fish were caught between 30 and 60 feet deep. We caught fish on senkos, drop shot, and dragging jigs. Seemed like color didn’t matter as much but the better sized fish did come off green pumpkin senkos. All together we had about 12 fish with the biggest being a 3lb smallmouth that sucked in a senko in 40 feet of water. Dress warm, fish slow, and remember Set The Hook!