Yesterday, Evers voiced concern about being able to get into his honey hole. He’s in now and has been fishing for roughly 15 minutes. Yesterday it took him 80 minutes to get in here, but with the north wind dying, the water must’ve stayed in the better. The area in question is a 50-yard stretch of mud, muck and cruddy detritus that is made to clog an outboard. He’s currently throwing a lipless crankbait along the shallow, narrow banks. He’s missed a few bites so far and has nothing in the box.