I figured out a pattern really quickly mostly because I was forced to fish shallow due to boat traffic. The bass were hanging in the shade next to and under docks ...more and boat lifts. They were in the shade whether it was on the front side, next to or under docks and lifts. I tested out some lily pads, but there weren’t in them..or they weren’t in the biting mood. They were def into feeding by the docks! They would come flying out of the shade and smash a lure! I caught over 20 fish, most of the 15-16” pitching a Chatterbait to the shade. I caught one on a jig. But, they really reacted to the change of direction of the Chatterbait as I kind of popped it just above the weeds before I began to reel. Most of the hits came as the lure began to move horizontally. This was my best fish of the day. 17” ~ 3 lbs. caught on an OG Chatterbait with a custom skirt I tied and a Great Lakes Baits sinister shad.. and a zoom super fluke jr tail I melted on after a warmouth are the paddle tail off. Is tail actual makes the trailer swim better and it really looks like a blue gill swimming.