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If you want to catch a really big fish in the hot summer time, fish deep with a Zoom Ole monster worm with a 3/4 oz or 1/oz sinker. Fish as slow as you possibly can. Two years ago, I caught my two biggest fish of my life on back to back trips. The key was fishing very slow. Granted I was fishing known brush piles, i.e. I had confidence in the locations. I had fished these locations many many times, but had never fished them this slow... both were 12# and both bit when the worm was sitting dead still and had been for 10-20 seconds in 15-18 feet...Give it a try this hot summer. Also, if you are fishing at night, you might add a little noise like a clacker, glass bead, etc.
Vary this "noise and action" depending on the wind...on very calm nights, use very little "noise".....on windy nights step up the noise and action.
Again, if you fish at night. DON'T move around with the big engine any more than you have to.
Accidents can happen out there at night! Be Careful!
Life's too short to fish bad lakes, read bad books, or work with bad people.