Derek Hudnall has the southern part of the lake all to himself, but he’s only got four fish for about 12 pounds.
The problem is the thick cloud cover, which is killing his bites on mooring buoys.
“When I die, I want to come back as a weatherman,” Hudnall said. “It’s completely opposite of what it’s supposed to be.
“I need the sun to catch these buoy fish. The sun came out for about three hours (today), and that’s when I caught all my fish.”