I don't usually post reports of my outings, but had to make an exception in this case. Had my personal best day on Lone... Time: 8am - 3pm Weather: calm, with constant rain Water conditions: 63-65 degrees and heavy algae bloom Arsenal: tan damsel nymph on intermediate and orange-bodied brown soft hackle on type IV sinking Spent the first hour throwing a popper around the edges for bass. Nada. Headed for deeper water in the middle and stayed there pretty much all day. Between the damsel and soft hackle, a fairly aggressive troll/strip combination yeilded 20+ fish (I lost count after the first dozen), several of which were in the 17"-19" class. The rest were smaller, but healthy and feisty. I didn't take any pics because I'm a lazy SoB and there were few witnesses - with no more than 3 boats on the water at any time. I'm not one who's prone to BS, so trust me, it was a great time - despite getting rain-soaked. BTW: the 20+ to the boat was about half of what I lost or missed.