Me and the bro in law set up on a shelf Saturday evening. Had lines in 7 foot and 15 foot of water. Before we could get them all out bam! one of the shallow rods took off. I was for sure this was a striper because of the singing drag. Tuns out it was an 18.8 pound blue that trashed one of my Tidewater 30s. I'm going to take it apart tonight to see if I can salvage it. Anyhoo the bite was on and we started working rods all in the 7 to 10 foot depth. As we had finished boating an 8 pound flattie one more 15 pound blue and lost another 20 plus ound flattie at the boat I look south across the lake and see some strange darkness coming at us. It was not a cloud around so after a minute I got to see what it was-WIND! It went from slick as glass to a 2 foot chop in a matter of minutes. Th e anchors wouldn't hold so we went around the back of Pine Island for about 30 minutes with no luck so we said we'd take it to the house. As we round the island bango 3 foot waves. Needless to say it was a wet ride in. Water temp was 68 degrees and stained. All fish caught in about 7 to ten foot on butterflyed fresh threadfin shad. Wish I could have stayed. That 5 mph northeast turned into 15to 20 in about 3 minutes. Thanks Ben Tanner.