I fished with Andre & Jim today on Lake Memphremagog. The morning air was 61 degrees & the cloud cover seemed like rain. The water temps were in the low 50’s & the wind was from the SS/W at 10 MPH. The first spot produced 12 fish and some over 4 pounds. We relocated to another area with Jerk-Baits and started to hammer smallmouth on almost every cast. The fish were active and situated in 12 to 20 feet of water off the deeper edges. We had to zig & zag because of the thundershowers, but missed all the rain & storms by doing so. By the days end, there were almost 100 bass & a bonus 8-pound laker taken on a Jerk-Bait. A definite great day by anyone’s standards!!