Koby Kreiger went right back to the flat that produced a quick 15-pound limit yesterday. However, the conditions have changed dramatically- and so has the fishing.
Yesterday’s flat-calm waters and blue-bird sky have been replaced by a stiff chop and thick cloud cover.
He told me last night he was only staying at their spot “if they’re eating,” which they aren’t today.
Yesterday smallmouth were boiling all over the area when we arrived, but today there’s none of that topwater action.
And, true to his word, Kreiger pulled up stakes after just 15 or 29 minutes and headed to a bridge to fish riprap and a deep hole.