Lucky for them I had time to catch about 30 wild shiners the day prior. We began the morning on a rock shoal and quality 3 and 4 lb largemouth ate those shiners one after another. It seemed like they caught a bass on each one. With only a few shiners left I switched them to senko fishing on a weedline. Karen is very good with a baitcasting rod and both showed they are good fisherman catching more bass throughout the day. They also caught a few smallmouth but none bigger than 2 pounds. Later in the afternoon when the action slowed, I pulled onto a point, threw out the remaining shiners, and watched the same thing happen until they were gone in about 5 minutes. I believe they counted 27 bass for the day up to 4 pounds. A wonderful fishing day. The only thing missing was a 5 or 6 lber which should eat a wild shiner over an artificial. We'll see as the summer progresses if some bigger fish show up.