My nephew David and I went to Stoner Creek. With the overcast we just knew the buzzbait bite would be on. We both just love to catch bass on topwater. After launching the boat. We started throwing buzzbaits. We did catch some fish. Just enough to keep things interesting. We finally changed to shallow crankbaits and the bite improved. We didn’t tear them up but caught enough to make it a fun afternoon. The fish were on rocky banks and if there was some wood there it helped allot. We didn’t catch any big fish but we only caught a couple of fish under 10 inches. Our fish all ran between 10 and 14 inches. The good thing was we finally caught some smallmouth’s. We decided to quit due to the threating weather and for once we loaded the boat and got ready to leave just as the storms hit. I can’t believe we didn’t get wet. I’m not sure but that may be a first for us. I had a great time with David and we ended the day with 50 bass. Next weekend David and I are going to fish the New River in W. VA. This will be his first trip. Again the fish are biting so get out there and give them a try. Till the next report hope to see you on the water.
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