Things are really starting to heat up, no pun intended. At this point however we really need to keep things in perspective. Let me digress?I received a call on Sunday A.M. from a shop customer who returned home from sunny Florida the night before. He asked, "Eric, where are all the fish," I simply responded, "Bob, this is the first day we have had in the high 60s since September." Enough said. It will happen, but be patient. At this time of year, we need the spring infiltration of bait which is directly correlated to water temp, which is directly correlated to air temp, which as we know is anyone's guess. With Easter so early this year, I think all of our fishing clocks are a bit ahead. It's still only April 24th. I looked back at last year's reports and at this time the water temps were still in the mid 40s with a week long of torrential rain, with the only bait activity far to our west, so if we compare to a surface temp on Saturday of 51 degrees in mid sound, we are indeed maybe a bit ahead of the game. Despite the fact that the air temps are to become more seasonal next week (i.e. colder) we still have some time to get our game faces on.