Nice day on the water, cool, foggy/overcast, and best company. :-)
My lovely wife had it down on native 'bows, and I was trailing her with goose eggs until changing to a Kekeda perch pattern fly. Once done I put 3 fat 15 - 16 inchers in the cooler before she caught a keeper to keep the others company.
We had several hard takedowns, rod arched straight back, that let go by the time we got out of the seat and back to the deck. How can they possibly come unglued???
Debbie had several to the boat only to see them spit the hook about 15' behind the boat, my arms just aren't that long! LOL.
I caught a couple 2 1/2 pounders to complete my limit, so now I just relaxed while trying to help my wife finish her limit. She added one more, but was now close to noon and had really slowed down so we called it a day and headed for the marina.
Kekeda flies in black/orange and perch tipped with chunk of worm 155' behind the boat did the job.