I fished Lake Wylie today from 10:00am-3:00pm. Skies were cloudy with air temps in the 50s and water temps around 54 degrees. The cat bite was decent with several nice channel cats in the 6-7 pound range caught. All came shallower than last week, this time in around 18 feet of water. The white perch bite was awesome in the same area and I caught 8-10 that went around one pound. Those made it to the fillet table. Another 15 or so made it to the bait tank! :wink: Around noon the winds shifted and the bite came to an end. From there I tried the South Fork and found water temps in the lower 60s. Bait was hard to find on the graph, so I would assume the bait was in the backs of the coves or against the bank. No fish were caught in the South Fork River in any of the places I fished. The upper Catawba also left me empty handed. This was the first time I have been able to launch out of South Point access area in several months. It had been closed due to the drought.