Let me try that again. Come on guys. There he is! He got it that time. I can feel them swatting at it and hitting it. Oh lord; there was one behind it!Hold on. I had a whole herd of them chasing my bait. I had one on and when I boat flipped him hecome off but there was one that tried to jumpand get the bait. As soon as he did, I’m sure I pulled all ofthem. We’ve got a bunch of schoolers out here outover open water and the bait they’re feedingon is real small. I was trying to throwthat big swimbait at them and its just toobig. I picked up this new Shallow ScatterRap and I just started burning it becauseyou can see them out here just kind of suspendedunder these balls of bait 5 foot of less. This Scatter Rap really matches more of whatthey’re feeding on. I picked this up and Ican see them out here on my depth finder realshallow just a few feet under the surface. We’re going to sit here and throw around outhere in the middle just a minute. We got onthem a little earlier this morning schoolingon bait and they continue to do so. They seemto be just roaming out here in this open water. Give them just a minute and see if they canreposition themselves because there’s beenquite a few fish right in here. They’re justchasing bait so it makes them hard to target. I know what I can try. Got it right there! There’s one right there. He’s not a real big one. That was the really neatthing you know earlier I was throwing thatbig 5 1/2″ Slop Hopper and we got to noticingthat those fish were really keying on thatsmall bait. So I jumped down and I got thatnew 3 1/2” Slop Hopper. The smallest headI had was that 1/2-ounce VMC head and putit on and it’s amazing once we kind of matchedthe size of that bait what we’ve been ableto accomplish. All we did was changed thesize of are bait and it was just like we werethrowing at all those schoolers and it wasreal frustrating because we couldn’t get themto bite. All of a sudden once we figured outit out and matched the size of that bait theywere actually pretty easy to catch. See some bass right there. There was one rightthere that it and I just missed him!He’s not very big, but I’ve got him. He’sa little guy. He’s a real little guy. But once again matching the size of that baitwith that new Slop Hopper has really beenthe ticket for catching any of these fish. Before I couldn’t get a bite on any of them. There’s one right there! That’s one thingabout schooling fish is they can be a lotof fun and they can also be very frustrating. Once you figure out the size of the bait itcan be a lot easier. I was able to take thesmaller Slop Hopper and start getting thesefish bite. We also took the Shallow RunningScatter Rap and threw it out there. That smallerbait size seems to be what those fish arekeying on and if you look at my Humminbirdright there you’ll notice that all these bigballs of bait are within 5 feet of the surfaceeven out here in 12-15 feet of water. Forsome reason these fish are just up here runningaround chasing bait. Once we finally got the rightsize bait it’s been pretty easy after thatas far as catching them. We’ve kind of hadto move around a lot and we’ve chased thema little bit but it’s actually been a lotof fun. We’ve had some real good catches. We found these fish out here schooling onthese small shad and I was actually able togo to the new Slop Hopper. Let’s start over! Let me pull this piece of fin out of my hand. We found these fish out here schooling andactually he has eaten my bait off so I’m goingto have to get another one.