This particular lake has a very well known stump field that just gets pounded by the locals. When you find a spot away from the crowds that has fish they normally have no problem biting. This spot was a little different though; these fish didn't exactly jump out of the holes. I normally carry a case full of rods. By the time I used half of them trying to get bit, I realized I would need to step back and come up with a new plan. I took a break from jigging and really wanted to make a move because I knew I could go into the crowds and catch a few fish.
After deciding I would stick it out, I grabbed my Aqua-Vu Micro and checked out what was down there. My jaw almost dropped when I saw the size of the fish that were there. They were just not interested in anything I was using. I reached into my spoon box and grabbed out the smallest spoon I own. The Little Cecil is a tiny spoon that weights literally nothing compared to the tungsten jigs I usually use. My first drop down the hole after switching was amazing. It was like someone turned on a switch and made every fish hungry.
Tight Lines All,