Summer is here in the south. It's time to get this board open. For me, this time of year is all about finding good structure and fishing it as thoroughly as possible. All you really need to do is find a few points or humps, and throw 1) a big crankbait, 2) a c-rig, 3) a jig with a large trailer, and 4) a shaky head. Early in the morning, big fish may still be feeding shallow, so I'll throw a buzzer or dogwalker, running&gunning. As the sun rises, I tend to find places with big shadows, and continue the shallow water search. Usually about 10 oclock, it's time to spend the rest of the day on the spots I've described.If I'm fishing a spotted bass lake, I'll use the shaky head and a finesse jig on bluff banks almost exclusively from that point on. I know I ain't KVD, so I'll listen to yall's ideas. :cool1: Also, I need to spend more time on lakes that have alot of vegetation to see where the fish might be in them. Or I can just ask.