Tried out Pisgah Lake in the Atterbury Fish and Wildlife Area this past Sunday. I was fishing near the boat ramp on the north side of the lake. As I have mentioned elsewhere, I don't have a boat and since my daughter is afraid of small boats from a canoe tipping incident, that's not likely to change soon. First, this isn't a great place for shore fishing. The ground was wet and soft close to the water, without a really good place to stand or sit. The brush was tall right up to the water to either side, so there wasn't an easy way (I was accompanied by two girls, one 11 and one 4 so "easy walking" was essential) to move out to try different locations. This pretty much put us in that one spot. Second, the water was pretty heavily choked with weeds. I thought that this might be a good thing--cover for fish to hide under. The water also seemed to be rather shallow out as far as I could cast. We ran several things: nightcrawlers on small hooks (thinking bluegill) and I tried plastic grub lures and a couple of surface lures. The jitterbug I gave up on pretty quickly as it gathered enough weeds to trigger the drag on my reel. A plastic frog ran cleaner and I tried that for a bit near the edges of the weedbeds looking for bass. I also ran a "catfish line" with chicken liver to start and later with a commercial stinkbait. In the end, we got nothing.