Last night Jon and I headed to Lake Arthur to test some new bass lures and to look for some spawning bass. The water temperature was right, but the water clearity was not good. We targeted areas that we know that the bass tend to spawn and worked them over with minimum success. At one point I managed to hook up with a nice musky on a finesse worm rigged wacky style. The fish was between 36 and 40 inches. Needless to say with spinning tackle and 8lb test line I had my hands full. After about 15 minutes we landed the fish. Later in the day we went to a road bed that usually produces hybrid striped bass and worked it for a couple hours. We could get anything to hit throwing lures around, so we decided to troll a little bit. After dark I hooked up with a nice hybird striper on one of the lures we were testing. All and all the fish was really slow, but as always it was nice to be on the water.