Well, I knew this day was coming for a while now and it finally got here on Monday. Monday was the last time I would be taking my friend Josh fishing with me as he moves out West to pursue his goal of becoming a CRNA and won't make it back to Alabama for at least 2.5 years. It was only fitting that our last trip be a good one and it was. We found a few scattered fish in the morning chasing shad but that bite quickly faded once the sun got up. We moved out to the main river and found a huge school of spotted bass on a current break which was essentially a big flat with stumps and chunk rock. We caught fish up on the flat throwing around squarebills and then moved off and targeted some suspended fish in 13-18 feet of water with drop shot and loaded the boat. The kicker, at least for me, was that the cranks, worms and drop shot weights were all made by me. We probably caught in excess of 30 fish in 2-3 hours and just had an absolute blast. I will miss these days for sure, but it is a trip I won't soon forget.