A friend and I got a good early start Tuesday morning and had ourselves on the docks just as it got light enough to see your line. There was a light drizzle/mist in the air and the winds were light and out of a good direction so everything fell into place except the crappies. Or any fish for that matter. After an hour we decided a move was in store so we hustled back to the vehicle and took about a half hour drive south to a backwater area with a little current in it and it was a good move.
Under a small float about five feet our 1/24 ballheads seemed to be just about in the faces of the fish and they must have liked what we had hung on the jigs because the ate well. I had a clear/bluegill glitter/chartreuse tail 1.5" Thump-It strung on and it was a fish a cast for two hours. Nice fish too.
We put together a bag of 15 fish between us that are now on their way to becoming pickled fish for the holidays. I may have to run back down there for a quick session again on Thursday morning. Man these late fall fish slam a jig. Fun.