Yesterday I took my oldest son fishing at the lake. We got in the water and was tied up to a submerged tree that I wanted to give a try. I tied my batter operated lantern to the side of my boat overhanging the water like I had done a million times. We started catching several blues and channels in the 1-2 lbs range. Right at dark I turned my lantern on and the moths (best I can explain whatever they were) started coming to the light like normal. They kept coming and coming and coming. Soon there were literally thousands of these in the water. The water was boiling around us with fish eating these moths. Mostly crappie and every now and then i'd see a catfish swim in the light. During this 45 min spectacle we didn't get a bite. The moths were all gone from the water and we never heard anything else hitting the water around us. A hour and a half later we never had a bite. We decided to call it a night. Could the catfish have gotten their fill of the moths? Or did the bite just turn off? I always fish at night with my lantern this way and while it does bring in some moths and other bugs, I've never seen it like this. I was just wandering if any had any ideas about this.