Well, I made it to patagonia lake this past thrusday. I was targetting bluegills with small artificial lures, I figure since I don't know the lake and not sure what cats are out there or what not. Rented a canoe and started cruizing around the lake looking for a likely spot. it was around 85º when I started fishing, clouds covering the sky and the last few day had been raining (I was told). those are different conditions I am used to fishing in Yuma and I was not sure if the fish, any type of fish, would be active or I could find them. I was thowing a small crankbait when I got a bite, it didn't feel like a bluegill but I could tell it was a decent size fish. Turns out it was a small channel cat, maybe 2lbs, I never had a cat bite an artificial lure before so i guess that was the highlite of the trip. I managed to land a few gills and a few small bass before the tundering and lightening clouds rolled in and I had to cut the trip short. All in all a cool trip.