Daytime high temperatures had been in the low 50's (F). Wind was @ 11 mph from the SSE. I flyfished for 4.75 hours.
Hoping fish might be in the north end of the pond (which should have been the warmest area based on sunlight hitting that shoreline), and the fact that geese had taken over the shoreline around the rest of the pond, I spent my time working and reworking this portion of the pond.
I'm not going to lie. I struggled for the first several hours. I used a microjig under an indicator, and could hardly get any strikes. In the NE corner of this pond, at least 3 culverts direct water into the pond, and at least one of these culverts was flowing pretty good. I had fished here earlier in the trip with very little success, but on the second try here, I finally found some fish. Crappies seemed stacked just out from where the one culvert was dumping water in. They were shallow, I had to adjust my indicator to about 12"-14" above the microjig to keep it from dragging bottom.
I ended up catching 15 Crappies, which is really good for this pond. I also caught 47 Bluegills!
I flyfished for bass for awhile, but didn't catch any. A BIG bass did try to grab a nice bluegill I was fighting, but she missed it and didn't reappear.
Despite the really slow start to the day, the 62 fish turned into one of the top 10 best outings of the year!
Also watched a mink foraging around the shoreline and in the water. At one point it was swimming right towards me and was maybe a dozen feet away, but it dove underwater and swam away when it noticed me digging my cell phone out of my pocket to take its picture. I snapped a picture of it crawling back onto shore, though.