I got off work at 2:30 and decided to go try hagg for the evening bite for bass. I got there at 3:30 and started casting out my old reliable xcalibur jerkbait. I got a couple cookie cutter largemouth and then switched over to a senko. I got 4 on that twitching it on the bottom deep. The shade finally showed up and the reaction bite was ON! I had a couple short strikes on my jerkbait so I let it suspend and the fish nailed it. I got 2 largies around 2 pounds. It got sloww were I was so I headed to my other spot. I only had about 1/2hour of daylight left so I stuck with jerkbait. My first cast I pulled in a chunky 12 inched. My next cast I pulled in his twin. In the next 10 minutes I got 12 more bass. The bass that hang around and never bite decided to finally bite. Once the sunset the bite died but it was fun while it lasted. Some of those largemouth in hagg fight harder then similar sized smallies. No lunkers but a great reaction bite especially for October. I didn't get one smallmouth only largemouths and I got 22 bass total. If I was in a boat I probably could of got 40 or so but I'm trying again Saturday. The bass on average were about a foot. There stacking up and are bigger fish. This weather this weekend should move some big ones shallow.