Just thought I'd share a nice catch with you all. Today I took my uncle fishing at Lake Remote (a small natural lake about 200 yards up a hiking trail above the spillway at Smithville Lake). The water was nice and clear and there was about 10 - 12 inches of thick hydrilla covering the bottom of most of the lake. Working an old pre-Rapala Storm Thunderstick just over the top of that yielded some nice results. In one instance, I nailed two at once! That's happened to me a few times in Florida, but never up here. It was a hoot to reel them in. Pardon the bad quality of the pic-- I was trying to hold the fish and take the photo with my phone at the same time. Enjoy!